ForestDefender is a legal database that provides a snapshot of international human rights and obligations relevant to forest governance. It captures the large amount of information found from various sources and presents it in a way that is easily accessible to and usable by lawyers, activists and community members alike.
ForestDefender is your go-to place if you want to:
- Find information about a specific country’s involvement in REDD+
- Discover what international obligations your country has to its people or extraterritorially
- Build a stronger command of a particular right
- Gain a better understanding of the rights implicated by a specific legal instrument
Watch our quick and easy tutorial about how to use our rights search functions.