Engaging local communities in tackling illegal wildlife trade – experience in the SADC regionWebinar
Illegal wildlife trade (IWT) is a recognised global challenge - both for conservation and development.
Community-based rangers – an effective approach to tackling IWT?Webinar
Our webinar showcased examples of community-based rangers in anti-poaching initiatives and discussed successes and challenges of this approach to tackling illegal wildlife trade.
Youth and Women in Combating Wildlife CrimeSeminar
World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) is hosting 3 virtual webinars on the role of youth and women in combating wildlife crime.
WEBINAR: Community-based approaches to poaching and illegal wildlife trade – why tackling human-wildlife conflict is importantWebinar
The first of our People not Poaching webinars focused on theory and case studies related to reducing conflict between communities and wildlife in the context of tackling illegal wildlife trade.
The World Bank Group and the Global Environment Facility-funded Global Wildlife Program hosted a Wildlife Forum with the International Consortium on Combating Wildlife Crime (ICCWC) on January 27th
The 4th National CBNRM Forum in TanzaniaWorkshop
In December 2019, Tanzania Natural Resources Forum (TNRF) hosted the 4th National CBNRM Forum in Arusha, Tanzania, to discuss ways to involve communities in tackling illegal wildlife trade.
Communities as the First Line of Defence in Combatting Illegal Wildlife Trade: Sharing Lessons to Influence Policy and PracticeWorkshop
This learning exchange workshop brought together key stakeholders in Eastern and Southern Africa to share lessons and insights and to develop policy messages and recommendations to guide future wor
First High Level Conference on Illegal Wildlife Trade in the AmericasConference
The conference was the first regional meeting of the Americas on the issue of illegal wildlife trade.