Fatal Flaw: The inadequacies of Japan’s ivory trade controls

Fatal Flaw: The inadequacies of Japan’s ivory trade controls

IFAW believes that the Standing Committee's (SC) decision on designating Japan as a "trading partner" for the one-off sale of ivory stockpiles must be fully reviewed and that such a well-informed review will automatically lead to a withdrawal of this designated status. Japan does not meet the requirements to become a "trading partner"; according to Res. 10.10 (Rev. CoP12).

Experts

Céline Sissler-Bienvenu, Directeur Frankrijk en Franstalig Afrika
Directeur Frankrijk en Franstalig Afrika
Faye Cuevas, Esq.
Stafchef, International Fund for Animal Welfare
Grace Ge Gabriel, Regiodirecteur Azië
Regiodirecteur Azië
James Isiche, Regiodirecteur Oost-Afrika
Regiodirecteur Oost-Afrika
Hoofd Internationale Bedrijfsvoering
Hoofd Internationale Bedrijfsvoering
Jason Bell, Vice President for International Operations
Vice President for International Operations
Rikkert Reijnen, Manager Campagnes, IFAW Netherlands
Campaigner, IFAW Nederland
Vivek Menon, Senior adviseur bedrijfsvoering en filantropie
Senior adviseur bedrijfsvoering en filantropie