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Key Resources on Gender and Combating Wildlife Trafficking

Gender and Combating Wildlife TraffickingCombating wildlife trafficking and ensuring sustainable management of protected areas and biodiversity necessitates consideration of key factors such as human-wildlife conflicts, unsustainable and illegal trade, tenure rights, poverty, and food, health and livelihood security—all of which have significant gender dimensions. The following resources provide insight on recognizing, understanding and addressing the associated gender-differentiated issues and impacts within these areas, with specific policy, planning and practice guidance to ensure enhanced conservation and gender equality outcomes.


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