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Browse through the Law and Policy Reform Program E-Learning Courses, including hours of content on environmental and biodiversity law, human rights and law, and other key topics.

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Enabling A Conducive Environment for the Digital Economy in the Kyrgyz Republic Module

This module has been developed for the Kyrgyz Republic to inform and provide tools to government officials, entrepreneurs, and businesses, enabling them to connect to the global community through e-commerce.

E-Learning: Introduction to E-commerce

This practical course covers various e-commerce concepts and explains the fundamentals on what e-commerce is, who can be part of it, how it works, and harnessing technology for business and economic growth.

Core Principles of Environmental Law E-Learning Course

This eLearning resource package contains more than 10 hours' worth of content on the core principles of environmental law, which were identified by environmental law teachers across the Asia as resources they need to enhance their teaching. 

Ecocide as a New International Crime

Commissioned by the Stop Ecocide Foundation, an expert drafting panel of 12 highly renowned international criminal and environmental lawyers from around the world has just concluded six months of deliberations. The result: a legal definition of “ecocide” as a potential fifth international crime, to sit alongside genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes and the crime of aggression.

Case Study on Waste Crime - Prosecuting the Export of UK Solid Waste to Other Countries

Howard McCann, the barrister who handled the Biffa Waste Services case, discusses its successful prosecution and the international cooperation that made it possible.

Environmental Crime - An Overview

Experts provide an overview of environmental crime issues and the challenges of dealing with and prosecuting transnational environmental crime. 

Compliance and Enforcement in Environmental Impact Assessment

This webinar is the first in a series of four webinars on environmental enforcement and compliance and follows the previous webinar on Environmental Impact Assessment Processes in Southeast Asia. It updates participants on the work of the IAIA Enforcement and Compliance Group and the important work of Environmental Impact Assessment Consultant Cheryl Wasserman and the International Association for Impact Assessment.

Environmental Impact Assessment in South East Asia - A Comparative Analysis

In this webinar, Matthew Baird discusses Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) in South East Asia, and examines environmental and social safeguards through the EIA process looking at the 10 ASEAN member states. 

Teaching and Research of Environmental Law in the Asia Pacific Region

This webinar is a lecture on the teaching of Environmental Law in the context of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations region by Emeritus Professor Ben Boer.

Biodiversity Law in Southeast Asia

This lecture gives an overview on biodiversity law by Patti Moore, one of the most experienced environmental lawyers in the region.