Anti-corruption investigators and forestry law enforcement officials from across Southeast Asia gathered in Malaysia on June 1-5 to strengthen collaboration and investigative skills to more effectively fight corruption in the forestry sector. In particular, Indonesia presented preliminary findings from an evaluation of its multi-door approach to combat forest crimes, currently supported by the UN-REDD Programme.   

Participants included Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam. 

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