Wildlife Legislation and the Empowerment of the Poor in Asia and Oceania | Land Portal

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Diciembre 2010
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This study analyses and compares national legislation on wildlife management in twelve countries in Asia and Oceania, with the aim of identifying strengths and weaknesses of legal frameworks in the promotion of sustainable wildlife management and in allowing disadvantaged people, particularly indigenous and local communities, to directly benefit from it.

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Office of Director-General
Tsioumani, E.
Legal and Ethics Office

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