ICCWC

CITES welcomes Secretary Clinton’s ‘Call for Action’ on illegal wildlife trade

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Geneva, 11 November 2012 – CITES, the convention on international wildlife trade, welcomes the call to combat the illegal trade in wildlife made by US State Secretary Hillary Clinton at an event on ‘Wildlife Trafficking and Conservation: A Call to Action’ held in Washington, D.C. on 8 November, 2012.

ICCWC launches wildlife and forest crime toolkit

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The Consortium also secures USD 600k to strengthen national enforcement capacities

Opening remarks by John E. Scanlon, CITES Secretary-General

Bangkok, Thailand, 14 February, 2012


Executive Director of INTERPOL's Police Service
Leaders of the Customs and Police authorities of the tiger range States
Representatives of the Host Country
Colleagues from the International Consortium on Combating Wildlife Crime
Distinguished participants

World's wild tiger range countries agree on police and customs enforcement measures for nearly-extinct species

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Controlled deliveries: a tool for reaching the big players in illegal wildlife trafficking

A group photo of the participants to the workshop (click to enlarge)

CITES Secretary-General praises Project Predator

 

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CITES Secretary-General welcomes Resolution of the United Nations Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice on illicit trafficking in endangered species of wild fauna and flora

During its meeting in Vienna, from 11-15 April 2011, the United Nations’ Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice adopted a Resolution on “Crime prevention and criminal justice responses against illicit trafficking in endangered species of wild fauna and flora” which was proposed by Chile, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Mexico and the Philippines.

Law enforcement support for gorillas

ICCWC begins its work

Putting Saint Petersburg into practice

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