Introduction to the concept of transboundary protected areas and the special legal considerations that are relevant to the establishment and management of effective transboundary protected area agreements and legislation.

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Module 12: Seminar Presentation

Presentation on the legal aspects related to the establishment and management of transboundary protected areas, including slides and detailes notes for the educator.

Exercise 12.2: Transboundary Protected Area Negotiations (Instructions)

Large group exercise designed to promote an understanding of the challenges posed by negotiating a transboundary protected area agreement.

Exercise 12.1: Transboundary Protected Area Governance Challenges (Instructions)

Small group exercise designed to build awareness of the transboundary issues for which coordination and cooperation are required and related governance challenges.

Exercise 12.2: Transboundary Protected Area Negotiations (Presentation)

Large group exercise designed to promote an understanding of the challenges posed by negotiating a transboundary protected area agreement.

Exercise 12.1: Transboundary Protected Area Governance Challenges (Presentation)

Small group exercise designed to build awareness of the transboundary issues for which coordination and cooperation are required and related governance challenges.

Module 12: VIDEO - Transboundary Protected Areas

Video explaining the concept of transboundary protected areas and the special legal considerations relevant to them.

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