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Documents for Combating Wildlife Trafficking

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This page contains references relevant to the Combating Wildlife Trafficking Collaborative Learning Group. Use the Submit New Content button or contact us directly to suggest new documents, links, or videos.

Featured Publications

  • June 08, 2018
    How Does Developing Enforcement Capacity Reduce Wildlife Crime?
    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.
  • Feb 09, 2017
    CWT Learning Agenda
    CWT Learning Agenda The CWT Learning Agenda describes the Group's priority learning questions, proposed activities and products.
  • Feb 09, 2017
    USAID Natural Resource Management and Development Portal
    CWT Toolkit This is a resource that includes results chains and suggested indicators for ten common theories of change for combating wildlife trafficking.
  • Feb 09, 2016
    USAID Natural Resource Management and Development Portal
    Changes for Justice Project:
    Final Report
    This is the final report for the Changes for Justice project, a USAID contract to strengthen environmental justice systems in Indonesia from 2010 to 2015.


Learning Questions:

Reduce Consumer Demand through Behavior Change Methodologies 1.1 What is the effect of reducing supply of illegal wildlife products as a consumer demand reduction strategy?
1.2 What are the most appropriate metrics and methodologies for monitoring demand reduction activities, especially the link between attitudes and behavior change?
1.3 Are certain messaging strategies more effective than others (i.e., positive messaging, messaging with enforcement information, etc.)?
Build Capacity for Effective Enforcement & Prosecution 2.1 How do institutional arrangements, especially dedicated units and embed programs, impact the uptake of skills and knowledge?
2.2 What are good examples of systems, particularly judicial systems, which have made improvements in CWT enforcement?
2.3 What factors are necessary for effective cooperation and processes among national, sub-national, and local authorities, especially for Wildlife Enforcement Networks?
2.4 What are some successful examples of partnerships used to deliver competency-building activities and what made them work?
2.5 For specific audiences: Which competency-building methods and content works best, especially for maintaining skills and retaining staff?
Increase Community Conservation Action & Support to Combat Poaching & Trafficking 3.1 When are certain community incentive structures (economic, governance, security, others) more important relative to others?
3.2 What are successful examples of community-government collaboration that have resulted in increased support for combating wildlife trafficking?

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