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Criminal Justice Response to Wildlife and Forest Crime in Cambodia: A Rapid Assessment
Nov 22, 2016 · File

Criminal Justice Response to Wildlife and Forest Crime in Cambodia: A Rapid Assessment

A 2015 rapid assessment by the UN Office on Drugs and Crime on the status of Cambodian criminal justice response to wildlife crime.

In Cold Blood: Combating Organized Wildlife Crime
Nov 22, 2016 · File

In Cold Blood: Combating Organized Wildlife Crime

This gray-lit report on the scale and scope of global wildlife trafficking issues includes a summary of major relevant international resolutions and agreements.

Strengthening the Weakest Links: Strategies for Improving the Enforcement of Environmental Laws Globally
Nov 22, 2016 · File

Strengthening the Weakest Links: Strategies for Improving the Enforcement of Environmental Laws Globally

This report presents a theoretical framework for enforcement as well as a deep analysis of four country case studies on their performance with enforcement of environmental laws.

Proceedings of the International Expert Workshop on the Enforcement of Wildlife Trade Controls in the EU, 5-6 November 2001, Frankfurt, Germany
Nov 22, 2016 · File

Proceedings of the International Expert Workshop on the Enforcement of Wildlife Trade Controls in the EU, 5-6 November 2001, Frankfurt, Germany

Conference proceedings from “International Expert Workshop on the Enforcement of Wildlife Trade Controls in the EU” held by TRAFFIC Europe and the IUCN Environmental Law Center.

Mid-Term Performance Evaluation of Asia’s Regional Response to Endangered Species Trafficking (ARREST) Program
Nov 22, 2016 · File

Mid-Term Performance Evaluation of Asia’s Regional Response to Endangered Species Trafficking (ARREST) Program

This report is a mid-term performance evaluation of Asia’s Regional Response to Endangered Species Trafficking (ARREST), authored by MSI, and used “a mixed-methods evaluation design that combined qualitative and quantitative methods of data collection: document review, key informant interviews, and…

Successful Reduction in Rhino Poaching in Nepal
Nov 22, 2016 · File

Successful Reduction in Rhino Poaching in Nepal

This journal article is a case study of Nepal’s successful efforts to reduce rhino poaching, and contains a review of the actions taken by the Nepalese government and partners, statistics of rhino poaching and populations, and the factors which may…

The South Africa - Viet Nam Rhino Horn Trade Nexus: A Deadly Combination of Institutional Lapses, Corrupt Wildlife Industry Professionals and Asian Crime Syndicates
Nov 22, 2016 · File

The South Africa - Viet Nam Rhino Horn Trade Nexus: A Deadly Combination of Institutional Lapses, Corrupt Wildlife Industry Professionals and Asian Crime Syndicates

This is a 2012 TRAFFIC report summarizing the dynamics and drivers of the illegal trade in rhino horn from South Africa to Vietnam and aims to contribute understanding toward the “salient factors both in source country and end-use markets that…

Wildlife & Forest Crime Analytic Toolkit
Nov 22, 2016 · File

Wildlife & Forest Crime Analytic Toolkit

This toolkit is intended to serve as an initial entry point for national governments, international actors, practitioners and scholars to better understand the complexity of wildlife and forest crime, and to serve as a framework around which a prevention and…

How Does Developing Enforcement Capacity Reduce Wildlife Crime?
Jun 08, 2018 · File

How Does Developing Enforcement Capacity Reduce Wildlife Crime?

"How Does Developing Enforcement Capacity Reduce Wildlife Crime?" summarizes findings from the literature around four key assumptions about capacity building for enforcement and prosecution. Using the experiences and evidence summarized in this brief, program designers and implementing partners should be…

Changes for Justice Project: Final Report
Nov 18, 2016 · File

Changes for Justice Project: Final Report

This is the final report for the Changes for Justice Project (C4J), a 5-year USAID contract implemented by Chemonics in Indonesia from 2010 to 2015 that had significant success building the capacity of the justice system to address environmental crime.

 
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