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The struggle against wildlife trafficking in South America

2017.06.05

AUTHOR: Vania Tuglio. Public Prosecutor in Sao Paulo (Brasil). Member of GEPCA. Master student at the Universidad Autónoma (Barcelona, Spain) specialized in Animal Law matters, environmental and criminal law.

TITLE: THE STRUGGLE AGAINST WILDLIFE TRAFFICKING IN SOUTH AMERICA.

RECEPTION DATE: 11 May 2017
PUBLICATION DATE: June 2017
PUBLICATION PLACE: dA web Center

ISSN: 2462-7518

SUMMARY

Trafficking is a criminal activity that occurs throughout the world, challenging governments and, from time to time, destabilising states, not only because of the effects of the crimes, but also due to organised crime. It also has a negative impact on endangered species, the livelihood of people, and social and economic development.


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