This module is a resource for lecturers
Additional teaching tools
This section includes links to relevant teaching aides such as video material, websites and online resources, that could help the lecturer teach the issues covered by the Module. Lecturers can adapt the resources to their needs.
- People Not Poaching on-line case studies database
- International Union for the Conservation of Nature, Beyond enforcement initiative
- IUCN FLoD initiative
- International Institute for Environment and Development, Community-based approaches to tackling poaching and illegal wildlife trade (webinar)
- Community Conservation Network
- Convivial conservation
- The ‘convivial conservation’ model is being developed by a consortium of researchers led by Büscher and Fletcher (2019). Convivial conservation provides a valuable critique of existing conservation paradigms, policies and practices. It offers an alternative approach based on the root causes of wildlife trafficking and integrating local knowledge. Convivial conservation is a context-focused model that challenges colonial and market-based approaches. The focus is on building long-lasting, engaging and open-ended relationships with nonhumans and ecologies. Accordingly, the solution to protecting nature’s value is to build an integrated (economic, social, political, ecological, cultural) value system that does not depend on systemic destruction of but on ‘living with’ nonhuman nature (and on ‘living with’ the unpredictability of safety/unsafety). This on-line video provides an overview of the approach.
Rhino impact bonds
Related UNODC modules
- Module 2: Ethics and universal values
- Module 6: Challenges to ethical living
- Module 9: Gender dimensions of ethics