Ombudsmen, People’s Defenders and Mediators: Independence and administrative justice in state transformation
This paper examines the history and functioning of contrasting types of ombudsmen for the light that they can shed on forest verification.
This case study discussion covers how to promote independence and ownership over the system; and the implications.
This case study is concerned with standards in the European food industry. It reviews the experience of two European countries, the United Kingdom and the Netherlands, particularly in the area of meat hygiene.
CITES is a multilateral environmental agreement aiming to ensure that international trade in specimens of wild animal and plant species does not threaten their survival.