World Wildlife Crime Report  Published Popular

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The trafficking of wildlife is increasingly recognized as both a specialized area of organized crime and a significant threat to many plant and animal species. The second edition of the World Wildlife Crime Report takes stock of the present wildlife crime situation with a focus on illicit trafficking of specific protected species of wild fauna and flora, and provides a broad assessment of the nature and extent of the problem at the global level. It includes a quantitative market assessment and a series of in-depth illicit trade case studies: rosewood, ivory and rhino horn, pangolin scales, live reptiles, big cats and eels. In addition, value chains and illicit financial flows from the trade in ivory and rhino horn is presented.

If the 2016 World Wildlife Crime Report represented UNODC’s first global assessment of the state of wildlife crime, the 2020 edition of this report represents a first assessment of trends. In several instances, these trends have been dramatic. The poaching of both elephants and rhinoceroses has consistently declined since 2011, as have the prices paid for tusks and horns. But the amount of pangolin scales seized has increased 10-fold in just five years, and new markets, such as the trafficking of European glass eels, have emerged in the wake of strengthened controls. For the first time, a consistent pattern of large shipments of unrelated wildlife products – elephant ivory and pangolin scales – has emerged. In addition, organized criminal groups in broker countries, neither the source nor the destination of the wildlife, have consolidated control of multiple markets. The 2020 World Wildlife Crime Report tracks all these trends and more.

WILDLIFE, FORESTRY AND FISHERIES OFFENCES IN KENYA “Points to Prove”  Published Popular

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A Guide for Prosecutors and Investigators including Sample Charges and Standard Operating Procedures 2019 3rd Edition

WILDLIFE OFFENCES IN UGANDA “Points to Prove”  Published Popular

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A Guide for Prosecutors and Investigators including the new Uganda Wildlife Act 2020, Sample Charges and Standard Operating Procedures

Identification guide for Ivory and Ivory substitutes 2020  Published Popular

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Identification guide for Ivory and Ivory substitutes 2020

Identification of different types of ivory, and of objects and products made of materials that imitate or look like ivory, is the main scope of this identification guide. It responds to Decision 17.162 adopted at the Seventeenth meeting of the CITES Conference of the Parties (Johannesburg, 2016), whereby Parties requested the Secretariat to prepare a revised and updated version of the Identification Guide for Ivory and Ivory Substitutes, taking into account modern identification methods. Considering that the third edition of the Guide was published in 1999, we are pleased that significant progress can be found in the present edition – both in the science and in the visual presentation of the publication.

The people beyond the poaching offender survey - Sept 2020  Published Popular

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The people beyond the poaching offender survey - Sept 2020

Interventions to combat crime, especially the illegal trade in wildlife for commercial purposes, have placed strong emphasis on traditional regulatory measures such as proactive enforcement and detection efforts. Based on the call for a more nuanced understanding of illegal wildlife trade and why individuals engage in these activities, this study interviewed 73 convicted wildlife offenders incarcerated in 25 of South Africa’s correctional centres. The focus of the study was to develop a deeper understanding of the demographics of offenders and the factors that influenced or rationalised their engagement in illegal wildlife trade.

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HAWEN Action Plan 2020 21  Published Popular

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Conserving Africa’s Wild Fauna and Flora Overview 3 MARCH 2020  Published Popular

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IGAD Protocol On The Horn of Africa Wildlife law enforcement Network (HAWEN)  Published Popular

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Roadmap and Results Framework of the Nairobi Action Plan  Published Popular

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