BirdLife Partners are working together on a range of global policy sectors. Taking the Partnership's conservation goals for species, sites and habitats as a foundation for policy development, BirdLife works with a growing network of people to advocate policy change. A sound foundation in scientific analysis keeps our policy work clearly focussed on benefits for birds and biodiversity, and for all the people who depend on their conservation in the future.
BirdLife Partners interact with a wide range of policy players in government, in the agency and development community, and within many other NGOs. Our policy work seeks to link global, regional, national, and local concerns, and we are heavily investing in developing advocacy capacity. For many sectors BirdLife Partners work closely with the convention community, investing in support of joint and harmonised work programmes, and in processes that can, and must, lead to effective local outcomes.
- Sustainable Hunting of Migratory Birds in North Africa and the Middle East
- Water – sustaining life, sustaining livelihoods
- Biodiversity and the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD)
- Global instruments for forest conservation
- Wetlands and the Ramsar Convention
- Drylands and the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification
- Climate Change and the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change
- Migratory Birds and the Convention on Migratory Species
- CITES and the wild bird trade
- World Trade
- El Programa de Conservación de Aves Marinas en las Américas