IUCN legal training
Trainings take various forms, such as workshops, seminars, webinars, and online learning courses. These can range from general introductions to international or national environmental law themes to tailor made subject and context specific courses.
Face-to-face trainings and workshops
IUCN offers face-to-face and tailor-made training modules and capacity building workshops on various themes relating to environmental law, biodiversity conservation law, protected areas law and governance and water law.
Online learning courses
General introductions to various themes including Wildlife Crime, Oceans and Water are available on demand in self-paced courses online.
Webinars, lectures and summer schools
The Environmental Law Team, the World Commission on Environmental Law and the associated IUCN Academy of Environmental Law offer multiple opportunities to learn about emerging legal concepts through webinars, lectures and summer courses.
- IUCN Academy of Environmental Law
- WCEL Lecture series
- WCEL webinar series
IUCN has developed trainings for various audiences, including judges, policymakers, legal practitioners and students. These includes conservation topics like Protected Area Management, integrated planning for climate change and biodiversity, wildlife crime, financing conservation, oceans governance, and water governance and diplomacy.