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International era, in the last few decades, has witnessed the emergence of a variety of non-governmental actors such as indigenous and local communities and the gradual emphasis on bottom-up approaches to sustainable development, has proved the necessity for the presence of these actors and has considered empowering them a basic prerequisite in the struggle with global challenges. The present article aims to determine the extent to which the values and traditional practices of indigenous and local communities are integrated into international policy making and investigate their situation especially in international wildlife protection law.
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