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16/11/2020
The new sourcebook entitled “Implementing the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) through national fisheries legal frameworks: a study and a guide” was  developed as part of the FAO-CITES collaboration, funded by the...
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26/10/2020
Developing new or refining existing laws are an essential part of national efforts to meet sustainable development goals generally and to address climate change goals in the agriculture sector. Beginning with a description of the main elements of the international...
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15/10/2020
On 25 September 2020, Manuela Cuvi, Legal Officer of the Development Law Service (LEGN), was part of the FAO team participating in the session of the Latin American and Caribbean Parliament (PARLATINO) Commission on Agriculture to present on the legal...
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15/10/2020
FAO makes available to the States of the Latin America and Caribbean (LAC) region a series of general guidelines to legislate or regulate diving in artisanal or small-scale fishing, in order to guarantee occupational health and safety and the inclusion...
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14/10/2020
In recent years, Paraguay has made significant advances of a normative, institutional, and political nature in sectoral areas related to the right to food. More than 40 public institutions have competencies related to the guarantee of the right to food...
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