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COMPLEMENTING LEGISLATION: THE ROLE OF CULTURAL PRACTICES IN THE CONSERVATION OF WILDLIFE – EXAMPLES FROM GHANA

Shadrack Ahrin


4 Journal of Animal Law 93 (2008)
Publish Date:
2008
Place of Publication: Michigan State University College of Law
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COMPLEMENTING LEGISLATION: THE ROLE OF CULTURAL PRACTICES IN THE CONSERVATION OF WILDLIFE – EXAMPLES FROM GHANA

Despite attempts to modernize Ghana’s wildlife laws, they remain largely ineffective and inadequate. However, in the absence of adequate wildlife legislation, the various cultural values in Africa have accepted the task of conserving Africa’s wildlife.

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