DIRECCIÓN DE PROYECTOS DESDE LAS DIRECTRICES VOLUNTARIAS PARA LA GOBERNANZA DE LA TIERRA FAO: ANÁLISIS CASO REALIZADO EN COLOMBIA.
Vidal Misas, Nadia Catalina
De Los Ríos Carmenado, Ignacio
Bugueño Echiburu, Felipe Andrés
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The conflict caused by land and the power it represents, is a permanent topic on the debate to achieve peace in Colombia. This is the reason why the Colombian government decided to implement the Voluntary Guidelines on the Responsible Governance of Tenure (VGG) supported by Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) and the European Union, throughout the Regional Development Programs and Peace. The present study using the Working With People (WWP) model as an analysis tool, analyses the land governance in the project of concentration and foreignization of the land, carried out by the FAO where the VGG were implemented. All of this framed in the International Competencies of the International Project Management Association (IPMA): technical, contextual and behavioral. The results show that the presence of the competences, leads the project to improve the land governance. Nevertheless, the articulation with the society is still unprecise. Moreover, based on the WWP model, the results could be promising, because the basis of the model generates confidence and strengthens the stakeholders´ competences to resolve conflicts.
- CIDIP 2017 (Cádiz)