International Conference on Human–Wildlife Conflict and CoexistenceConference
The IUCN Species Survival Commission (SSC) Human-Wildlife Conflict & Coexistence Specialist Group, the Global Environment Facility-funded and World Bank-led Global Wildlife Pr
CITES CoP 19
Panama will host the nineteenth meeting of the CITES Conference of the Parties in November 2022.
Sustainability & Resilience Pavilion at the African Protected Areas CongressConference
Maliasili, IUCN SULi and the African Nature-Based Tourism Platform are co-hosting a Sustainability & Resilience Pavilion at the African Protected Areas Congress.
58th Annual Meeting of the Association for Tropical Biology and ConservationConference
The theme of the 58th Annual Meeting of the Association for Tropical Biology and Conservation is 'Conserving Tropical Biodiversity and Achieving Socio-Ecological Resilience in the Anthropoc
Engaging local communities in tackling illegal wildlife trade – experience in the SADC regionWebinar
Illegal wildlife trade (IWT) is a recognised global challenge - both for conservation and development.
Community-based rangers – an effective approach to tackling IWT?Webinar
Our webinar showcased examples of community-based rangers in anti-poaching initiatives and discussed successes and challenges of this approach to tackling illegal wildlife trade.
Youth and Women in Combating Wildlife CrimeSeminar
World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) is hosting 3 virtual webinars on the role of youth and women in combating wildlife crime.
WEBINAR: Community-based approaches to poaching and illegal wildlife trade – why tackling human-wildlife conflict is importantWebinar
The first of our People not Poaching webinars focused on theory and case studies related to reducing conflict between communities and wildlife in the context of tackling illegal wildlife trade.
National Dialogue, ZambiaWorkshop
From 18th and 19th March 2020 the Zambia CBNRM Forum convened a national dialogue on communities and IWT.
The World Bank Group and the Global Environment Facility-funded Global Wildlife Program hosted a Wildlife Forum with the International Consortium on Combating Wildlife Crime (ICCWC) on January 27th