The case for community managed resources goes way back to when indigenous peoples, communities and families were once the original owners of forests and what we now call ‘protected areas’. Then over five centuries came feudalism, colonialism and imperialism and in most cases, acquisition or allocation of resources quietly ignored these pre-existing tenures and rights. Usually positioned as being in ‘national interest’ (but surely in some cases, international interest), conventional industrial economic and regulatory models for resource management have been quick to benefit the state and a select few, while having little concern for the participation or profitability of the local population.
Camelia is burgundy and light blue knee length cheongsam with short mandarin collar and bodice extending into cap sleeves. Cheongsam has peach vintage buttons, center back slit and a concealed zip fastening at the back. Corded lace. Fully lined in organic crepe. Dry clean.
This design may be customized in a different colour or fabrication. Give us enough lead time – write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss possibilities.
- Fitted style
- Hem should reach just below knee or knee level
- House model is 167cm and is wearing a Size UK 8 with no pinning