This paper is about a process and practice which is bringing representatives of tribal communities in three Indian states together with district, state and national government officials, around the issue of aquaculture services provision. The project comprises a year-long series of visits, fieldwork, workshops, case studies, a consensus-building process, literature research, reviews and documentation. Among its aims are building shared understandings of government services provision among recipients, implementers and policy-makers, and facilitating an equitable dialogue towards policy change.
Consideration is given to how three of STREAM’s guiding principles – being people-focused, participatory and practical – are being transformed from concepts into practice. This is being done by applying STREAM’s emerging “process monitoring and significant change” system. Insights are being gained into:
Publisher: Network of Aquaculture Centres in Asia-Pacific
Rights: Creative Commons Attribution.