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Introduction to Social Safeguards
Welcome to this Introduction to Social Safeguards course.
By the end of this course, you should be able to:
- Define the meaning of Social Safeguards and the relationship with “safeguarding of children and adults at risk”
- Explain how Social Safeguards can contribute to fair and effective biodiversity conservation
- Analyse some of the risks, costs and benefits for local stakeholders that might arise as a result of common conservation strategies
- List the common tools that can help us apply Social Safeguards policies and procedures