International Development Law Organization

Expert Consultation on Legal Preparedness for the Nagoya Protocol / Target 16

IDLO and the ABS Capacity Development Initiative hosted an Expert Consultation on February 25, 2014 during the 3rd Meeting of the Intergovernmental Committee on the Nagoya Protocol (ICNP 3) in Pyeongchang, Korea, to seek expert feedback on a draft Toolkit on Legal Preparedness for Achieving Aichi Target 16 on the Nagoya Protocol.  Aichi Target 16 calls on countries to ratify the Nagoya Protocol

Aichi: What Is legal preparedness about?

The Legal Preparedness for Achieving the Aichi Biodiversity Targets Initiative was launched in 2012 by IDLO and the Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity. The Initiative provides a central hub for stakeholders and experts to share knowledge and build capacity, contributing to a global effort to raise understanding of “biodiversity laws” and their role in supporting countries to achieve their biodiversity goals related to the Aichi Biodiversity Targets.

Who are our key partners?

The Initiative is supported by a multiple donors and partners working collaboratively to achieve its objectives.

CBD SecretariatThe Secretariat is the global focal point for Convention for Biological Diversity, responsible for facilitating and supporting implementation of the Convention by Parties and stakeholders. The Initiative is implemented in partnership with the CBD Secretariat who provides support and advice on program strategy and activities.


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