Landscape governance as multi-stakeholder dialogue This course challenges forest and nature management professionals to adopt an integrative perspective, to look beyond the forest, take into account cross-sectorial concerns and work in multidisciplinary teams. In this course we focus on the development of institutional development at landscape level including multistakeholder platforms and networks, and financial support mechanisms to guide landscape dynamics on the ground. This course is a co-production of CDI, CIFOR and ICRAF, all having vast experience in landscape and society related research. Course objectives Upon completion of the course you will: critically examine landscape dynamics at various levels and scales; understand the implications of up-scaling participation to working with diverse stakeholder groups at landscape level; be able to identify the institutional change needed to enhance multi-stakeholdergovernance processes at landscape level; be able to assess your own role as manager or practitioner, and develop your competencies as a facilitator of landscape governance processes. Target audience Participants should be experienced professionals with several years of working experience in the fields of natural resources management, forestry, agriculture, rural development, rural livelihoods, sustainable development or other relevant areas. Proficiency in English is required.