September 25, 2017
Day 1 consists of a set series of invited speakers and panel discussions, presenting different perspectives, stories from the field, reflecting on lessons learned and opening discussions for the days ahead.
Evening 1 showcases a poster session and an evening reception, for which the submission of presentations is open to all.
September 26-27, 2017
Days 2-3 consists of in-depth interactive knowledge exchange sessions on a range of methodological, conceptual and practical illegal wildlife trade challenges. Delegates will have the opportunity to pre-register which sessions they wish to participate in.
Evening 2 showcases a debate on the illegal wildlife trade chaired by John Simpson, CBE and BBC World Affairs Editor.
Registration on the first day, Monday September 25 will be from 8:30-9:30am as the day will open at 9.30am with presentations to start shortly after. All sessions will aim to finish by 4.45pm on Wednesday September 27.
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