This paper presents an enhanced analytical framework to project designers and evaluators for reinforcing their analysis of initiatives based on "community participation"-with a special focus on projects involving biodiversity protection. The paper tries to compensate for the typical lack of historical and power-structure analysis in standard reviews of participatory projects. The concepts presented here can be referred to by practitioners at various stages of the project cycle to strengthen their understanding of what they are actually "doing" or "aiming to do", with and to local communities.
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