News for International Agreements

18 Dec 2013

The annual European Chapters Meeting of Safari Club International (SCI) took place in Palarikovo Castle in Slovakia on 8 December and included side events and a gala dinner.

28 Nov 2013

While several goose species in Western Europe are undergoing population increases, there are some exceptions.  

25 Sep 2013

In line with our commitment to take FACE to the Members, Angus was glad to accept the opportunity to discuss the importance of international policies with the Board of the Norwegian Hunters and Anglers Association (NJJF, Norges Jeger- og Fiskerforbund).

7 Aug 2013

An updated version of the Annexes to the EU wildlife trade regulation, 338/97 was published today in the Official Journal of the EU. This publication follows automatically in order to implement into EU law the amendments made to Appendices I, II and III to the CITES Convention at the 16th Conference of the Parties (CoP16) held in Bangkok, Thailand during the two first weeks of March earlier this year.

2 Aug 2013

FACE has responded to a Commission consultation on the EU rules governing hunters who import trophies into the Member States.

21 Jun 2013

Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) No 578/2013 suspending the introduction into the Union of specimens of certain species of wild fauna and flora was published in the Official Journal, L 169/1 of 21 June 2013. It enters into force on the 20th day following this publication and is binding in its entirety and directly applicable in all Member States. This new Import Suspension Regulation repeals the previous one No 757/2012 of 20 August 2012.

23 Apr 2013

The first meeting of the AEWA Svalbard Pink-footed Goose International Working Group (AEWA SPfG IWG) took place on 23 April in Copenhagen, hosted by the Danish Nature Agency.

15 Mar 2013


When the world’s largest wildlife trade summit concluded on 14 March in Bangkok, Thailand, hunters could rejoice over a number of victories for real conservation.

7 Mar 2013

FACE welcomes today’s decision by the world’s largest wildlife trade summit to continue to allow international trade in polar bear products from sustainable hunting.


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