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A Study on Conflict Management Measures of Fishing Community Project
Report No. 2014-14 Research Manager Park, Sang-Woo
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Conflicts in fishing villages are inevitable in the coruse of promoting vibrant economic activities and sustainable development. Therefore, it is necessary to convert people’s awareness and establish a systematic conflict management system, so that the conflicts are more efficiently managed and utilized for the development of the fishing community rather than making efforts to eliminate them to the root.


First, the conflict management system for the fishing community should be advanced, scientific, rational, organized, private-led and professional, taking a bold move of turning away from the posterior, arbitrary, impromptu, unsystematic and administration-led response.


Second, a clear direction should be presented for the enactment of the Law on Conflict Management Support for Fishing Community (tentative). A conflict management task force should be established and conflict management professionals should be trained. A conflict management system should be adapted to strengthen the foundation for fishing community conflict management.


Third, as a prior preventative measures, conflict management capacity building education should be expanded along with the pre-evaluation of conflict management before executing community projects.


Fourth, customized conflict management strategies such as fishing village on-site forum, alternative dispute arbitration system and criminal arbitration system are suggested according to the stage and intensity of the conflicts. The adaptation of fishing community conflict level and history management system is suggested to better manage community project.


Lastly, the implementation tasks for the fishing community conflict management should be gradually carried out from 2015 to 2024 and it is estimated to require 64 billion won budget in total.

Research Project Report 상세보기
A Study on Conflict Management Measures of Fishing Community Project
Report No. 2014-14 Research Manager Park, Sang-Woo
File

Conflicts in fishing villages are inevitable in the coruse of promoting vibrant economic activities and sustainable development. Therefore, it is necessary to convert people’s awareness and establish a systematic conflict management system, so that the conflicts are more efficiently managed and utilized for the development of the fishing community rather than making efforts to eliminate them to the root.


First, the conflict management system for the fishing community should be advanced, scientific, rational, organized, private-led and professional, taking a bold move of turning away from the posterior, arbitrary, impromptu, unsystematic and administration-led response.


Second, a clear direction should be presented for the enactment of the Law on Conflict Management Support for Fishing Community (tentative). A conflict management task force should be established and conflict management professionals should be trained. A conflict management system should be adapted to strengthen the foundation for fishing community conflict management.


Third, as a prior preventative measures, conflict management capacity building education should be expanded along with the pre-evaluation of conflict management before executing community projects.


Fourth, customized conflict management strategies such as fishing village on-site forum, alternative dispute arbitration system and criminal arbitration system are suggested according to the stage and intensity of the conflicts. The adaptation of fishing community conflict level and history management system is suggested to better manage community project.


Lastly, the implementation tasks for the fishing community conflict management should be gradually carried out from 2015 to 2024 and it is estimated to require 64 billion won budget in total.

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