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J. Tomićević, M. A. Shannon, D. Vuletić: DEVELOPING LOCAL CAPACITY FOR PARTICIPATORY... Šumarski list br. 9–10, CXXXIV (2010), 503-515

From the perspective of the Park administration, engaging
in collaborative planning with the local people
requires support from the State. Regardless of the personal
interest of a park manager or the willingness of
local people to work with the park managers, without
adequate resources and commitment, participatory management
will not move forward.

Participatory management is a form of facilitation
rather than control.Thus, new institutional forms of administration
with greater capacity to engage local people
in the everyday work of park management are
necessary to realize the promise of participatory management
in terms of improved nature protection.

Tosummarize, the findings of this study indicate the
need to strengthen the clarity of nature conservation policy
and the missions of the responsible authorities. In
addition, in order to promote the involvement of local
people and empower the national park management to
work with them collaboratively, it is necessary to promote
communication among all stakeholders. If the key
to biodiversity protection is held by local people, who
have so far been ignored but who are increasingly being
recognised as key stakeholders, then environmental governance
needs to draw upon social science research and
theory in understanding and assessing social capacity
for participatory management.

Dr.Tomićević would like to thank to the people she for kindly sharing their knowledge on theTara area. Fimet
during her field-work period inTara National Park. nally, she would like to thank the DAAD (German Aca-
In particular, she would like to thank her colleagues and demic Exchange Service) for providing funding for her
managers from public enterprises NPTara, for helping PhD research study at the Faculty of Forest and Environher
in establishing contacts with her interviewees and mental Science of the University of Freiburg.

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