Ius Carnivoris: law and large carnivores in Europe
Ius Carnivoris is an academic research project addressing the international legal framework applicable to the conservation and management of large carnivores in Europe. It runs from 2014 to 2019 and is carried out by Arie Trouwborst, Floor Fleurke and Jennifer Dubrulle, based at Tilburg Law School’s Department of European and International Public Law. Ius Carnivoris is funded by the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO), under the Innovational Research Incentives Scheme.
The pages of this website provide access to relevant legal documents; maps of the various legal regimes as they apply to large carnivores; relevant publications; news items; and links to related websites.
 Project no.: 452-13-014. Full project name: ‘Towards predator proof law in Europe – international, European and national legal instruments and the conservation and management of large carnivores’.
News and events
- In Science: Survival EU biodiversity laws crucial victory for wildlife
- New publication: Global large carnivore conservation and international law.
Review paper by Arie Trouwborst
- Wolf in the Netherlands is European success story (In Dutch)
By Arie Trouwborst, Kees Bastmeijer, Jennifer Dubrulle, Floor Fleurke, Han Somsen and Jonathan Verschuuren
- Large carnivore monitoring in Slovakia (January 2015)
Report by Jennifer Dubrulle
By Miguel Murcia