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Forest Risk Commodities | 17 January 2022

Increasing stakeholder participation in forest law reform processes
Forest Risk Commodities
Illegal Logging
Forests
Communities & forests
Forests & trade

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Increasing stakeholder participation in forest law reform processes

This policy brief examines nine projects in Africa and Asia supported by the FAO-EU Forest Law Enforcement, Governance and Trade (FLEGT) Programme in the context of implementing the European Union’s FLEGT Action Plan to address illegal logging through demand-side and production-side measures.

Analysis of the case studies found that while participatory processes may take longer and are more costly than traditional in-house policy development carried out
by government agencies alone, the long-term benefits are substantial.

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