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Rewards and Risks Associated with Community Engagement in Anti-Poaching and Anti-Trafficking

Rewards and Risks Associated with Community Engagement in Anti-Poaching and Anti-Trafficking
by Sue Hoye last modified Nov 06, 2017 07:14 PM
Contributors: Dr. David Wilkie, Dr. Michael Painter, Dr. Anila Jacob

This Biodiversity Research Paper explores the roles communities do and should play in countering wildlife crime, motivations, and benefits for individuals and communities to engage in anti-poaching and anti-trafficking efforts, and risks and mitigation of risks associated with involvement. Peer-reviewed and grey literature, structured interviews, and case studies informed the research, with highlights from six case studies in Peru, Madagascar, Namibia, Philippines, Kenya, and Indonesia.

Author(s): Dr. David Wilkie, Dr. Michael Painter, Dr. Anila Jacob

Publication Date: 2016

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