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14/04/2015 Civil society publications, FLEGT, About Voluntary Partnership Agreements (VPAs), Vietnam

Vietnam is in the final stages of negotiation towards signing a Voluntary Partnership Agreement (VPA) with the European Union as part of the Forest Law Enforcement, Governance and Trade (FLEGT) Action Plan, which aims to promote the legal timber trade and equitable and effective forest governance. When the VPA is implemented, it will impact all enterprises engaged in timber harvesting, transport, processing and marketing, including households engaging in timber production and living on forest resources.


13/04/2015 Civil society publications, Consultation / Participation

Le projet vise à contribuer à:
1) Des processus solides d’Accord de Partenariat Volontaire (APV) national inclusif qui guident et encadrent une mise en oeuvre effective de l’application des réglementations forestières, gouvernance et échanges commerciaux (FLEGT) / APV au Cameroun et en République Centrafricaine (RCA) ;
2) Un partage des expériences régionales sur la façon de réaliser des négociations inclusives visant à améliorer l’adhésion jusqu’à la mise en oeuvre.

26/03/2015 Civil society publications, FLEGT, Forest Governance, In the news, Laos

Periodic update of media coverage in Laos around illegal logging issues (mostly Lao language with summaries in English, some English language articles). Produced and circulated by GIZ.

26/03/2015 FLEGT, Vietnam

This manual has been developed with a genuine intention to introduce an innovative community research method and further promote the important role of civil society in supporting grassroots communities. The Livelihood Impact Assessment (LIA) method is described step by step (stage), in a simple and logical order. Each stage begins with a definition / explanation, followed by an instruction on how to carry out, then followed by an example from the work of SRD. This manner of presentation hopefully could bring logical soundness to the readers.

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