WILDLIFE LAW AND THE EMPOWERMENT <br>
				    OF THE POOR
FAO LEGISLATIVE STUDY
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WILDLIFE LAW AND THE EMPOWERMENT
OF THE POOR

 

by
Elisa Morgera


for the  
Development Law Service - FAO Legal Office




FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS
Rome, 2010


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TABLE OF CONTENTS


Part I
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    PREFACE
    PART I - OVERVIEW
    INTRODUCTION

    1. International Framework


Part II
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    PART II - ELEMENTS OF NATIONAL WILDLIFE LEGISLATION

    2. Methodological issues
    3. Institutions and public participation
    4. Management planning
    5. Conservation
    6. Sustainable Use
    7. Implementationa and law enforcement
    8. Conclusions


Part III
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    BIBLIOGRAPHY
    LEGISLATION REVIEWED


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