The resource bites back: entry-points for addressing corruption in wildlife crime

Research report
, 29 pages
20136x.pdf
Language:
English
Published: November 2016
Publisher(s):
Product code:20136X
Source publication:
U4

Corruption has recently risen up the global wildlife conservation agenda with a series of international agreements highlighting the role of corruption in facilitating wildlife crime. Though there are notable exceptions, there is still a weak treatment in the literature of the problems of, and solutions to, wildlife crime from an anti-corruption perspective. Identifying and promoting effective interventions that get to the heart of the corruption problems associated with wildlife crime is a shared responsibility across the wildlife conservation, anti-corruption, anti-illicit trade, and anti-organised crime communities.

As well as reviewing existing empirical literature to explore the types and characteristics of corruption associated with wildlife crime, this U4 issue identifies entry-points for addressing corruption in wildlife crime based on recent anti-corruption effectiveness literature.

How to cite:
Williams, D., Parry-Jones, R., Roe, D. (2021). The resource bites back: entry-points for addressing corruption in wildlife crime.
https://www.iied.org/20136x