Responsible Land Governance and Project Management Competences for Sustainable Social Development. The Chilean-Mapuche Conflict

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  • Felipe Bugueño Technical University of Madrid
  • Ignacio De Los Ríos
  • Rodrigo Castañeda

Abstract

Responsible land governance can contribute to achieve social development, decreasing poverty and famine and reach an inclusive economic development. Agroforestry system comprises a wide range of stakeholders and diverse social, political, economic and natural environments. The conflict between some mapuche communities and the Chilean State has been maintained since the XIX century due to how the public and private projects have been managed and to the type of land tenure and governance, cultural recognition, identity and ancestral rights. Currently, the conflict is a matter of political, social and cultural contingency. Using the “Working with people” planning model, this investigation analyse the current governance in the zone and prove that with the consideration of IPMA competences by the stakeholders it is possible to promote a resolution, creating the instances for a responsible land governance. Further it is proposed that the multilateral organizations have to deepen the work with different organizations.

Keywords: IPMA Competences; Working with people; Sustainable rural development.

JEL Classification: Q15

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Author Biography

Felipe Bugueño, Technical University of Madrid

Researcher at the  Technical School of Agricultural Engineering, Food and Biosystems at Technical University of Madrid (UPM). His research is related to social conflicts resolution and sustainable social development, focused mainly in the Chilean-Mapuche conflict.

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Published

2018-01-22

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Bugueño, F., Ríos, I. D. L., & Castañeda, R. (2018). Responsible Land Governance and Project Management Competences for Sustainable Social Development. The Chilean-Mapuche Conflict. International Journal of Economics and Financial Issues, 7(6), 202–211. Retrieved from http://econjournals.com/index.php/ijefi/article/view/5489

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