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David SANMIGUEL created a new WIKI page 19 November 2013

The Map of FLEGT projects is an interactive tool for sharing information and coordinating action in support of the EU FLEGT Action Plan. FLEGT combats illegal logging and fosters good forest governance through a combination of measures involving Forest Law Enforcement, Governance and Trade.

Roser Cabré-Verdiell Surribas posted Information 10 July 2014

More than 25 representatives of civil society organisations from Tanintharyi and Sagaing regions, Yangon and Kachin State gathered in Yangon from 11 to 13 June to develop a coalition of trainers who will raise awareness on FLEGT among civil society organisat

Mathieu Bousquet uploaded a new Document 25 April 2012
Ulrich Hipler posted Information 31 October 2014

Executive Summary

In response to the widespread illegal logging that is going on in Africa, the European Commission has

introduced FLEGT, the Forest Law Enforcement, Governance and Trade Action Plan, to provide a set of

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Oct
From
22 October 2014 to 24 October 2014
in (Cameroon)
Organised bytheIDLgroup, CIDT, FODER. Funded by the EU and DFID

Save the date! We have confirmed the dates for the next *Forest Governance
Forum in Cameroon*. It will be held over3 days from *22nd – 24th October*.

We can now confirm that the event will take place at the *Hilton Yaoundé*.
Agendas are attached in English and French. Please direct any queries to the
following email address: *forestgovernanceforum@theidlgroup.com*

Réservez la date! Nous avons confirmé les dates pour le prochain *Forum
sur la Gouvernance Forestière au Cameroun*. Il se déroulera au cours de 3
jours *de 22 à 24 octobre*.

On peut confirmer que le forum se tiendra au *Hilton Yaound**é*. Veuillez
trouver ci-joint les ordres de jour en français et en anglais. Dirigez des
questions au courriel suivant: *forestgovernanceforum@theidlgroup.com*

Team FLEGT uploaded a new Document 20 April 2012
ClientEarth Forests uploaded a new Document 1 November 2017

As major timber consuming markets, the EU, US, Australia, and most recently, Japan, have all introduced laws to restrict the access of illegally harvested timber to their markets. While the laws are essentially addressing the same issue, there are some important differences.

Team FLEGT created a new WIKI page 19 November 2013

In October, Members of the European Parliament Fiona Hall (Group of the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats of Europe), Yannick Jadot (Group of the Green) and the environmental NGO Fern hosted a high-level conference entitled “

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