Days 2-3: September 26-27, 2017
Interactive sessions will follow through from the previous presentation day to apply different approaches and enable deeper discussions on how to address critical challenges. Knowledge exchange sessions will cover a range of topics related to addressing both the supply and demand side of the illegal wildlife trade, including:
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Conceptual and practical issues:
Exploring opportunities with different stakeholders:
Interdisciplinary approaches and methodologies:
Delegates will have the opportunity to select and register in advance for sessions in which they wish to participate, customising their schedule for both days. Sessions will be limited in numbers, and sign-up will be on a first-come first served basis. Early registration is advised.
Evening 2: September 26, 2017
In the evening of the 26th of September, John Simpson, CBE, BBC World Affairs Editor, will chair a public debate on the illegal wildlfe trade.
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@NunoNegres @alexbraczkowski @ConservationSP @NatGeo @InsideNatGeo @swfoto @JAGlikman @melissaariasg @IWTnet Issue seems to be scale of course... Would also be good to know more about the consumers as that to me should preceded any demand reduction efforts (which I hope can go beyond the traditional education paradigm)