Building Political Committment

The Supreme Court of Thailand is the key Thai government counterpart for USAID Wildlife Asia, and activities strengthen the Green Benches program, improving court rules of procedures and introducing sentencing guidelines for wildlife crimes. USAID Wildlife Asia is supported by the U.S. International Conservation Caucus Foundation and the Asia Pacific Centre for Environmental Law and engages with the ASEAN Inter-Parliamentary Assembly, and champion parliamentarians in Cambodia, Lao People’s Democratic Republic, Thailand and Vietnam to improve respective legal and policy frameworks, to share legal and policy innovations and good practices and to harmonize penalties for wildlife crimes.

 

Asian and African Lawmakers Support Innovations in Wildlife Legislation

Jul 18, 2017 · News Item

Ranking Legislators from the Philippines, Lao PDR, Thailand and Tanzania joined a 2-day UN Africa-Asia Symposium on Legal Frameworks for Combating Wildlife ...

USAID Wildlife Asia introduces CWT to Rosewood Dialogue

Jul 18, 2017 · News Item

Hosted by Thailand Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources in March, NGOs and development partners from Greater Mekong countries participated at the 3rd ...