Social Policy

This page is a list of the most recently updated pages and stories that have been tagged “Social Policy” by IUCN thematic and regional units.
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The Regional Chairs provide leadership to guide the development and implementation of CEESP’s work within their regions. They work cross-sectorally across many disciplines to foster initiatives for...
2018 November Community Voices in the Illegal Wildlife Trade Debate - Congratulations to CEESP members in their new roles! - Highlighting Human Dimensions of Conservation - Jaguars and Culture:...
On 5 October, 20 representatives from civil society, government, and the academic sector, representing seven countries which are part of the Mekong...
The learning event provided a platform to discuss the legal and institutional processes operating in each basin. The 1995 Mekong River Agreement, for example, is the only instance in Asia where...
CEESP is a unique network of approximately 1,500 volunteers representing disciplines from biology and anthropology, economics and law, to culture and indigenous peoples - among many others. Our work...
The Sustainable Use and Livelihoods Specialist Group (SULI) is a global expert network formed by IUCN as a joint initiative of the SSC and CEESP. It...
Specialist Group Chair Rosie CooneyBio The IUCN Sustainable Use and Livelihoods Specialist Group (SULi) is a global expert network formed by IUCN as a joint initiative of the Species Survival...
CEESP News - by Ameyali Ramos, CEESP Deputy Chair   The Mexican National Committee of IUCN Members hosted a Forum in Mexico City, Mexico from 23 to...
The Forum was attended by more than 200 people including IUCN Member organizations, IUCN Commission members, IUCN Secretariat, Indigenous organizations, youth, academia, government, civil society and...
The event brought together more than 350 participants, 50 panellists and 50 speakers to share experiences and impressions of diverse sectors – youth...
Mexico City, 25 October 2018 – Over the course of three days, experts in different areas came together in the frame of the First IUCN Mexican Forum to dialogue about strategies and possible solutions...
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), in collaboration with the Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources (MLNR), the Green Livelihood...
CREMAs as a collaborative and inclusive natural resources governance and management framework was adopted to phase out exclusive conservation practices to recognize and foster local community...
WCEL Chair Antonio Benjamin, CEESP Chair Kristen Walker-Painemilla, and CEC Chair Sean Southey attended the Communities, Conservation &...
Attended by over 400 participants, the “Communities, Conservation & Livelihoods Conference”, organized by the Commission on Environmental, Economic and Social Policy − CEESP, provided...
IUCN is leading a new Independent Scientific and Technical Advisory Panel that will provide advice on the environmental and social restoration...
In November 2015, the failure of the Fundão tailings dam at the Samarco mine in the State of Minas Gerais, Brazil, resulted in severe environmental, economic and social damage, as well as 19 deaths....
Transparency is one of the four core principles of IUCN-led Independent Scientific and Technical Advisory Panel (ISTAPs). Therefore, the Rio Doce...
In 2017 Agenda (ENG - POR) for the 1st Rio Doce Panel site visit and panel meetings (25 September - 3 October 2017) Summary report (ENG - POR) of the 1st Rio Doce Panel site visit and meetings (25...
The mandate TBBPA mandate is to galvanize members of the commission to enhance dialogue on business, including extractive industries, and development...
Photo: Masego Madzwamuse Theme ChairMasego Madzwamuse - Bio     1. Accountability in the Extractive and Business Sectors (focus on mining, agriculture, forestry...

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