CBFP Wildlife Conservation Capacity Development Working Group - Opportunities and Resources- May/June 2019 : Upcoming Opportunities and Training Resources
CBFP Wildlife Conservation Capacity Development Working Group - Opportunities and Resources- May/June 2019 : Upcoming Opportunities and Training Resources.
EDGE awards two-year Fellowships to future conservation leaders (EDGE Fellows) to work on priority EDGE species. Each fellow receives training on two courses, ongoing supervision throughout their fellowship and a £10,000 grant for conservation action underpinned by scientific research.
Deadline for applications is 18 June 2019.
The Conservation Action Research Network (CARN) is now accepting applications for ASPIRE small grants for students and young professionals from Central Africa:
Deadline for proposals is July 15, 2019.
The Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) Secretariat has developed concise learning modules for each goal of the Programme of Work on Protected Areas. These modules are like short courses which take approximately an hour each, providing an overview of key terms, concepts, resources and approaches.
Online Course on Protected Areas Law
This self-paced e-learning course presents the fundamentals of contemporary protected areas law. It provides a tool for individual learners to access practical legal concepts, knowledge and materials they can use to improve governance of protected areas through their own work. The course is designed for protected area managers and conservation practitioners, but it can be used by anyone interested in improving their understanding of protected areas law.
Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) E-Learning Curricula
The CBD Secretariat has developed concise learning modules for each goal of the Programmes of Work. These modules take approximately an hour each, providing an overview of key terms, concepts, resources and approaches.
IUCN Newsletter from African Protected Areas (NAPA)
The NAPA n°131 is about sustainable tourism and visitors management in protected areas. All online courses are available
30 July to 1 August 2019, London, UK
Building sufficient conservation capacity to tackle the growing environmental issues around the world will be a major challenge in the 21st century. Join the international conservation community at the fourth Capacity Building for Conservation (CBC) conference to discuss and develop effective solutions to a range of capacity building issues.
IUCN World Conservation Congress
The IUCN World Conservation Congress has grown to be the world’s largest and most democratic recurring conservation event in the world, bringing the expertise and influence of its powerful membership to bear on the most pressing issues of the time. It has three parts: a marketplace of ideas called the Forum, an Exhibition showcasing conservation’s initiatives from across the world and a voting session for IUCN Members called the Members’ Assembly.
February 2020, Kenya
Colorado State University and the Pride Lion Conservation Alliance are thrilled to announce their partnership with hosting the Pathways Africa: Human Dimensions of Wildlife 2020 conference and training. Pathways Africa 2020 will return to Kenya with a new focus on providing innovative, relevant leadership training for current practitioners in order to strengthen the next generation of African conservation leaders.