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Bribery and corruption

Strengthening Governance and Reducing Corruption Risks to Tackle Illegal Wildlife Trade

Lessons from East and Southern Africa

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Published on October 09, 2018

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In countries affected by the illegal wildlife trade, corruption is a key enabler and facilitator. Failure to address this corruption, and the institutional and governance gaps that allow it to take place, make tackling the illegal wildlife trade a significant challenge. This report provides a structured analysis of how corruption facilitates wildlife crime based on research in four source and transit countries in East and Southern Africa. It offers a series of specific recommendations targeted at national governments, donors, and intergovernmental organisations to address the issues of corruption and the illegal wildlife trade.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Foreword
Acronyms and Abbreviations
Executive Summary
Introduction: Understanding the impact of the illegal wildlife trade and the need for change
IWT and Corruption Risks: The Current Picture
IWT and Corruption Risks: Institutional Factors
IWT and Corruption Risks: Supply-Chain Factors
IWT and Corruption Risks: Responses
Conclusion: Developing effective governance frameworks to stop IWT
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