In this issue:
- Livelihoods and languages - a SPARK-STREAM learning and communications process.
Kath Copley and William Savage
- Towards broader contextual understandings of livelihoods.
Elizabeth M. Gonzales, Nguyen Song Ha, Rubu Mukherjee, Nilkanth Pokhrel and Sem Viryak
- Using tools to build shared understandings, using a sustainable livelihoods framework to learn.
- Learning about rattan as a livelihood.
Mariel de Jesus and Christine Bantug
- Meanings of "community-managed area".
- Lessons learnt about processes for learning and communicating.
Graham Haylor and Ronet Santos
- About the STREAM Journal.
- About STREAM.
This edition is also available in Bahasa (Indonesia), Ilonggo, Vietnamese, Bengali and Oriya.
Creative Commons Attribution.
Learning, conflict management, information and communication technologies, aquatic resources management, legislation, livelihoods, gender, participation, stakeholders, policy and communications. They represent the sorts of issues around which the STREAM Initiative is promoting learning and communication. The STREAM Journal showcases a range of perspectives on issues and contexts from a diversity of views, and documents these voices so that our dialogues can be informed and inclusive. The intention is not to criticise, but to join with colleagues to be helpfully critical.