Criminal Justice, wildlife conservation and animal rights in the Anthropocene

We invite you to a seminar where we present research about the implementation and enforcement of CITES in four countries; Spain, Norway, Germany and the UK.

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Vigga - a blue fronted parakeet. Photo: UiO.

How does the policies and regulations of CITES and the Bern convention impact wildlife trade, its enforcement and human management of endangered species, such as the large carnivores?

Program:

11-11.15:        Refreshments

11.15-11.35

  • Professor Ragnhild Sollund: Welcome and introduction to   CRIMEANTHROP

11.35-11.45:   

  • Dr. David.R. Goyes: Presentation of findings from case study–Norway: Legal and moral foundations of CITES and Bern conventions: Priorities, conflicts and ambiguities.

11.45-12.05:   

  • Professor Tanya Wyatt: Presentation of findings from case study – UK. The implementation and enforcement of CITES and the Bern Convention. 

12.05-12.25:   

  • Professor Christoph Stefes: Presentation of findings from case study– Germany. The implementation and enforcement of CITES and the Bern Convention

12.30-12.50:   

  • Professor Teresa Fajardo del Castillo. Presentation of findings from case study–Span. The implementation and enforcement of CITES and the Bern Convention 

12.50:13.10:   

  • Professor Ragnhild Sollund: Presentation of findings from case study–Norway: Wildlife trafficking: Control, enforcement and species justice

13.10-13.30: Break with refreshments

13.30:14: 15:

  • Questions, comments and discussion

CRIMEANTHROP explores the regulation, rationale behind and enforcement of wildlife conservation, the normative and socio-legal messages of this enforcement, and their implications for wildlife conservation and individual animal welfare.

CRIMEANTHROP is funded by The Research Council of Norway.

Published May 5, 2022 4:19 PM - Last modified May 13, 2022 3:29 PM