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1 NCCR N-S : 2 a Fase Nueva estructura y temas de investigación

2 IPs IP fase 1: Individual Project (IP) IP fase 2: Institutional Partner (IP)

3 NCCR N-S Fase 1:

4 IP 1 CDE IP 2 CDE IP 3 SANDEC IP 4 STI IP 5 LASUR IP 6 GIUZ IP 7 SWISSPEACE IP 8 IUED North & South Partners North & South Partners North & South Partners North & South Partners North & South Partners North & South Partners North & South Partners North & South Partners NCCR N-S Fase 1:

5 IP 3 SANDEC IP 4 STI IP 1 CDE NCCR N-S Fase 1: IP 2 CDE IP 5 LASUR IP 6 GIUZ IP 7 SWISSPEACE IP 8 IUED North & South Partners North & South Partners North & South Partners North & South Partners North & South Partners North & South Partners North & South Partners North & South Partners Work Package 3 Health and Environmental Sanitation Work Package 4 Natural Ressources in Sustainable Development Work Package 2 Livelihoods Options and Globalization Work Package 1 Governance and Conflict Transformation

6 NCCR - NS Estructura de la Fase 2

7 1 a fase: Colaboración IPs - JACS

8 Colaboración WP – JACS 2 a fase: PhD "units"

9 Los WP: temas de investigación

10 Los "core problems"

11 Syndrome contexts

12 Estructura de la investigación 3 "Thrusts" de investigación Potentials for sustainable development Pathways for mitigating syndromes WP research projects & TP TP specific research project WP activities (=PAMS) Syndromes of global change 3 contextos de síndromes: Urban /peri-urban Semi-arid Highland / Lowland

13 Preguntas de la investigación para los 3 contextos de síndromes Urban / peri-urban Semi-arid Highland-lowland

14 How does the growing fragmentation of urban spaces impact on livelihoods, governance processes, access to services and infrastructure, and urban economies? What management approaches can bring improvements in sustainable land use and urban development in cities? How can threats to human health, security and the environment be mitigated? What endogenous (local) potential do cities offer to resolve negative impacts of globalisation, e.g. rapid environmental deterioration, increased vulnerability, lack of public policies, or new poverty? How could this potential be mobilised and supported? How can resources in urban and peri-urban areas be managed in a sustainable way, e.g. for integrated agricultural production? Urban / peri-urban

15 What are the implications of globalisation for economic and human security in pastoral and smallholder societies? How can conflicting formal and informal institutional regimes be harmonised? How can access to essential services as key determinants of development be achieved in a highly dynamic environment? How can the multiplicity of livelihood strategies be shaped to help reduce vulnerability and increase adaptability, in order to ensure the sustainability of both livelihoods and ecosystems? Semi-arid

16 What clusters of core problems of non-sustainable development and potentials for sustainable development can be identified in the mountains and highland–lowland areas under investigation? What specific conditions and processes favour sustainable development in the highland–lowland context? How can the livelihoods of mountain people be supported and their needs balanced against the multi-functional demands made on these areas by society at regional, national and international scales? What are specific impacts of local and global changes on highlands and how can they be either mitigated or used as opportunities? Highland-lowland

17 Preguntas de investigación para los 3 “thrusts” Syndromes of global change What core problems of non-sustainable development form persistent clusters in the three chosen ‘syndrome contexts’? What is the status and importance of their key determinants, what are their impacts, and what are their dynamics? Which are the typical patterns in each context? What does syndrome mitigation research imply for societal processes aiming to assess and negotiate sustainability?

18 Potentials for sustainable development What conditions and processes in the different syndrome contexts show a potential for sustainable development? Do these form specific patterns for each context chosen, and what determines their specificities? What innovative possibilities do local actors have to exploit these potentials?

19 Pathways for mitigating syndromes How can local efforts for enhancing sustainable development be supported in different contexts? What partnership actions can reinforce these efforts? What positive effect on people’s livelihoods and natural environments do these actions have? How can they be adapted to achieve replication and more widespread impacts through knowledge transfer and interventions at multiple levels? How do such mitigation efforts relate to patterns exhibited by processes of global change and globalisation, i.e. what is the external relevance of the different local efforts? Are there any typical patterns of mitigation activities in specific syndrome contexts and can they be generalised?

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21 Organización del IP5 / JACS ACC 1 a fase

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23 El WP2 Theme I: Livelihoods, Institutions and Political Space (Joint) a) Theoretical & methodological approaches of livelihood analysis b) Livelihood-oriented local level decision-making and institutional change c) Globalization and informal economies Theme II: Livelihood Strategies and Poverty (DSG/Z) a) Livelihoods and competition for land and land-based resources b) Migration as livelihood strategy c) Creating 'glocal' institutions conducive towards opportunities for the poor Theme III: Livelihood and Territory (LaSUR) a) Livelihoods and habitat b) Livelihoods and borders Livelihood Options and Globalization Securing and improving poor people's livelihoods

24 Colaboración WP2 - JACS Theme I: Livelihoods, Institutions and Political Space (joint) a) Theoretical & methodological approaches of livelihood analysis b) Livelihood-oriented local level decision-making and institutional change c) Globalization and informal economies Theme II: Livelihood Strategies and Poverty (DSG/Z) a) Livelihoods and competition for land and land-based resources b) Migration as livelihood strategy c) Creating 'glocal' institutions conducive towards opportunities for the poor Theme III: Livelihood and Territory (LaSUR) a) Livelihoods and habitat b) Livelihoods and borders Livelihood Options and Globalization Securing and improving poor people's livelihoods SAS SAM SEA WAF CAS CCA

25 2 a fase: PhD "units"

26 El "Transversal Package (TP)" y sus 6 temas T1 T2 T3 T4 T5 T6 Syndrome mitigation in three major contexts Theoretical, conceptual and methodological foundations

27 Los TP Themes y los WPs Work Package 1: Governance and conflict transformation Work Package 2: Livelihood options and globalisation Work Package 3: Health and environmental sanitation Work Package 4: Natural resources in sustainable development Theme 1 Theme 6 Theme 2 Theme 5 Theme 4 Theme 3

28 Theme 1:Social practices, public policies and decentralization Theme 2:Vulnerability, resilience and human security Theme 3:Institutions, resources and economy in highland lowland contexts Theme 4:Innovative approaches for planning in urban– peri-urban contexts Theme 5:Negotiation and decision-making in trans- contextual settings Theme 6:Societies and natural resource management in semi-arid contexts Los "TP Themes" (WP2: Joint + WP1) (WP2 LaSUR + WP3: IP3) (WP4 + WP2: IP6)

29 Glosario BoDBoard of Directors ExCoExecutive Committee ExtBoDExtended Board of Directors GAGeneral Assembly IP (1-8)Institutional Partners (no mas Individual Projects) JACSJoint Areas of Case Study (mantenidos como antes) MCManagement Centre RABRegional Advisory Boards (en los JACS) RCFRegional Coordination Forum (para fortalacer los RCOs) MSSDRMaster of Science in Sustainable Development Research SARPISwiss House for Advanced Research and Education SHARESwiss Association of Research Partnership Institutions WP (1-4)Work Packages TPTransversal Package TP Themes (T1-T6)6 temas de investigación para los TP Projects TP ProjectsProyectos de investigación transversales

30 Glosario Individual Projects (IP) a Work Packages (WP): (De 8 IPs a 4 WPs). IP significa "Institutional Partner" en uno de los WPs. Transversal Package (TP): nueva componente que trata del tema "Syndrome mitigation and its theoretical, conceptual and methodological foundations". Transversal Package Themes: 6 temas que conectan los WPs. Thrusts: 3 líneas principales de investigación. Board of Directors (BoD): Sólo los lideres de los WPs son miembros del BoD (y no los lideres de todos los IPs) Extended Board of Directors (ExBoD): son miembros los lideres de los IPs, los RCO International Scientific Advisory Board (ISAB): Será remplazado por el "Regional Advisory Boards (RABs)" en las regiones del JACS, pero algunos miembros del ISAB de la 1 a fase continuarán supervisando Cambios mas importantes:

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32 IP5 LaSUR ExBoD WP2 con IP6 (GUIZ) Theme I: Livelihoods, Institutions and Political Space (Joint) a) Theoretical & methodological approaches of livelihood analysis c) Globalization and informal economies Theme III: Livelihood and Territory (LaSUR) a) Livelihoods and habitat b) Livelihoods and borders T Themes: Theme 1 (junto con IP6 y WP1) Theme 4 (junto con WP3 IP3)

33 Y yo, donde estoy?!?

34 Theme I: Livelihoods, Institutions and Political Space (Joint) a) Theoretical & methodological approaches of livelihood analysis Decode the underlying theories and assumptions and to introduce concise theories of society and human action (gender and ethnicity-sensitive approaches are relevant) & further develop theory-guided methodologies for people-centred research that can encompass various scientific traditions. b) Livelihood-oriented local level decision-making and institutional change How can the political space of poor people be increased so that they can actively participate in shaping livelihood-friendly institutional contexts? c) Globalisation and informal economies How do poor people cope with these changes and what are the positive (opportunities, potential) or negative (illegality, trafficking) effects on their livelihoods? What policies do public authorities use towards ‘informal’ actors in cities and rural areas and what are the effects? Preguntas de la investigación Temas WP2- LaSUR

35 Theme II: Livelihood Strategies and Poverty (DSG/Z) Core question: Which strategies do poor people follow to sustain their livelihoods and how could their livelihood security be strengthened? a) Livelihoods and competition for land and land-based resources What are the conditions under which poor people can secure their access to land, and use land and land-based natural resources? What is the contribution of land-based resources to their livelihoods? How can sustainability be achieved specifically within the highland–lowland context? b) Migration as livelihood strategy Is it possible to identify clusters of social practices and arrangements within the globally emerging trans-national social space(s), i.e. impact of migration in marginal rural areas; vulnerability due to (globalised) labour markets, and policies in destination countries? c) Creating 'glocal' institutions conducive towards opportunities for the poor How could ‘global’ institutions be created to help the poor design livelihood supporting strategies, while respecting endogenous processes?

36 Theme III: Livelihood and Territory (LaSUR) Core Question: How, in the context of globalised societies, do rural and urban livelihood strategies and their underlying logics impact on social and spatial transformations? a) Livelihoods and habitat What strategies do poor people implement to secure their habitat? How can these strategies guarantee their social and spatial integration? b) Livelihoods and borders What are the socio-spatial effects of emerging spaces and borders? How do livelihood strategies counteract new forms of fragmentation, segregation and social exclusion?

37 Theme 1:Social practices, public policies and decentralization Proyecto en colaboración con el IP6+IP7 Theme 4:Innovative approaches for planning in urban– peri-urban contexts Proyecto en colaboración con el IP3 El IP5 y los "TP Projects" (Proyectos de investigación transversales)

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