Field Trips

Field visits have been an integral part of all IASC Conferences. These trips are usually in alignment with the theme of the conference, and aim to give the delegates an overview of some of the practical aspects surrounding the management and governance of Common Property Resources(CPRS). The 13th Biennial Conference on Commons was organized in partnership with various practitioner organizations who were working with CPRs and departments of the central and state governments in India.Both one-day and multi-day fields trips were planned as part of IASC 2011.While the one-day trips would be scheduled during the Conference, the multi-day field trips are being planned post-Conference.

And the opening paragraph for one day field visits (as seen in green box, should read as) In keeping with the overall flavour of the Conference, a total of 13 single day field visits were organised in partnership with several NGOs that are working on different aspects of commons in and around Hyderabad.

One-Day Field Trips

Field visits have been an integral part of all IASC Conferences. These trips are usually in alignment with the theme of the conference, and aim to give the delegates an overview of some of the practical aspects surrounding the management and governance of CPRs. The 13th Biennial Conference on Commons was organized in partnership with various practitioner organizations who were working with CPRs and departments of the central and state governments in India.
 
 

Multi-Day Field Trips

A Multi-Day field visit was organized from the 14th -17th January 2011, which was aimed at giving the participants insights into the work being done by various organizations vis-a-vis the nature of issues related to CPRs specifically in semi-arid regions in South India. This field visit took the delegates to the Chittoor and Anantapur districts of Andhra Pradesh,