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  1. First line of defence: engaging communities in tackling wildlife crime
    Dilys Roe, Rosie Cooney, Holly Dublin, David Challender, Duan Biggs, Diane Skinner, M. Abensperg-​Traun, N. Ahlers, R. Melisch, M. Murphree
    Mar 2017, Journal article - FAO
  2. From Poachers to Protectors: Engaging Local Communities in Solutions to Illegal Wildlife Trade
    Rosie Cooney, Dilys Roe, Holly Dublin, Jacob Phelps, David Wilkie, Aidan Keane, Henry Travers, Diane Skinner, Daniel W S Challender, James R Allan, Duan Biggs
    Sep 2016, Report/paper - Wiley
  3. Developing a theory of change for a community-based response to illegal wildlife trade
    Duan Biggs, Rosie Cooney, Holly Dublin, James R Allan, Dan Challender, Diane Skinner
    Jul 2016, Report/paper - Wiley
  4. Engaging communities to combat illegal wildlife trade: a theory of change
    Dilys Roe, Duan Biggs, Holly Dublin, Rosie Cooney
    Feb 2016, IIED Briefing - IIED
  5. Supplementary material: assumptions supporting an evolving theory of change for engaging communities in tackling illegal wildlife trade
    Dilys Roe, Duan Biggs, Holly Dublin, Rosie Cooney
    Feb 2016, Report/paper - IIED
  6. Engaging local communities in tackling illegal wildlife trade. Can a ‘theory of change’ help?
    Duan Biggs, Rosie Cooney, Dilys Roe, Holly Dublin, James Allan, Dan Challender, Diane Skinner
    Aug 2015, Discussion paper - IIED
  7. Beyond enforcement: engaging communities in tackling wildlife crime
    Dilys Roe, Rosie Cooney, Holly Dublin, Dan Challender, Duan Biggs, Diane Skinner, Max Abensperg-​Traun, Nick Ahlers, Roland Melisch, Mike Murphree
    Apr 2015, IIED Briefing - IIED
  8. The elephant in the room: sustainable use in the illegal wildlife trade debate
    Dilys Roe, Simon Milledge, Rosie Cooney, Michael ‘t Sas-​Rolfes, Duan Biggs, Michael Murphree, Alex Kasterine
    Feb 2014, IIED Briefing - IIED
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