THE GLOBAL INITIATIVE NETWORK
Coordinator of the Civil Society Observatory of Illicit Economies in Southern Africa
Julian Rademeyer has returned to the GI-TOC as Coordinator of the Civil Society Observatory of Illicit Economies in Southern Africa.
Previously he was a project leader at TRAFFIC, the international wildlife trade monitoring network, focussing on wildlife crime in Southern, East and Central Africa. Before joining TRAFFIC, he was a senior research fellow at the GI. He is the author of the book Killing for Profit – Exposing the Illegal Rhino Horn trade. Between 1993 and 2012, he was a journalist, writing for a range of news organisations including Reuters, Australian Associated Press, the Sunday Times (South Africa), City Press, Pretoria News, Mail & Guardian and The Herald. He also edited the political fact-checking website AfricaCheck.org.
Rademeyer, J. (2012), ‘Killing for profit: Exposing the Illegal Rhino Horn Trade.’ Zebra Press: Cape Town
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