Symposium Speeches and Related Articles

 

  1. Key Note Address by Dr. Willy Mutunga, The Hon. Chief Justice and President of the Supreme Court, of the Republic of Kenya
  2. The international dimension of illegal wildlife trade - Mr. John Scanlon, Secretary General, CITES
  3. Criminal, Civil and Administrative Enforcement: Key Components of Environmental Rule of Law: The Challenges of Enforcing Wildlife Protection Laws - A Kenyan Perspective, Hon. Mr. Githu Muigai, Attorney General of Kenya
  4. Environmental Enforcement from a Regional Perspective: The Role of Regional Courts Mr. Justice Harold R. Nsekela, President, East African Court of Justice
  5. Developing a Coherent and Responsive Environmental Justice System; Challenges and Opportunities from the perspective of Bangladesh - Hon. Justice Md. Muzammel Hossain, Chief Justice of Bangladesh
  6. The Main Challenges to Prosecution of Environmental Offenses, Ms. Silvia Cappelli, Senior Public Prosecutor, Brazil; President of the Latin American Network of Environmental Public Prosecutors
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  8. Communication Du President De La Cour Supreme Du Benin, President Du Conseil D’Administration De L’Association Africaine Des Hautes Juridictions Francophones (AA-HJF) - Hon. Justice Mr. Ousamne Batoko, Chief Justice of Benin
  9. Articles

  10. Environmental Rule of law as a Key to Sustainable Development and Environmental Sustainability: Nepalese Perspective
  11. OAS Supports Dialogue on Rule of Law in Environmental Matters during the first United Nations Assembly on the Environment
    English version | Spanish version
  12. World’s judges gather to support the environment - Thomson Reuters
  13. Republic of Kenya in the High Court of Kenya at Nairobi Petition no. 466 of 2006
    In the matter of an application under section 84(1) of the constitution of Kenya AND In the matter of the protection of Fundamental Rights and Freedoms of the Individual Under sections 60,70,71 and 75 AND in the Matter of the Environmental Management and co-ordination ACT, No.8 of 1999 AND in the matter of Suppression of Noxious weed ACT Chapter 325 Laws of Kenya.