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Friday, April 21 • 15:45 - 17:15
Thinking Outside of Contemporary and Wildlife Conservation: Diverse Perspectives and Change LIMITED

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The aim of our workshop is to illustrate the value of diversity in conservation discussions and efforts. Recognizing that despite differences in opinions and in the way we choose to do conservation, we are ultimately all working towards the same goalto conserve wildlife. 

Join us and join in on our interactive session where we present:  
  • a short introduction to the new network that is Youth for Wildlife Conservation (Y4WC). 
  • an interactive roleplay game where groups participants will assess their change in perception regarding the many players of wildlife conservation.
Case study: What is my character’s approach to conserving orangutans on Borneo?
 In this interactive session, participants will be formed into groups and each group will be given a character that plays a role in wildlife conservation. The perspective of each character will be played out, leading to discussions and debates.
  • We will then end with some videos from Y4WC members of our network around the world, introducing their work and all the different ways they do conservation.

Youth for Wildlife Conservation
 is a new youth (aged 18-30) organization whose mission is to support early-career conservationists through peer-to-peer support and cooperationprofessional skills development and youth empowerment in order to become future conservation leaders the world needs. We, the youth, recognize we are stronger together and by connecting and working with the experts of today as can we save the future for people and wildlife. 
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We will need a projector for the videos (+ cables), (We can provide)  sheets of paper (poster size) + colored pens. 

Participants
avatar for Josephine Crouch

Josephine Crouch

Youth for Wildlife Conservation
Josephine is a wildlife conservationist and zoologist from the United Kingdom. | She is interested in investigating the over-exploitation of endangered species. Josephine has experience in monitoring and mapping out trade routes of endangered species caught in the illegal wildlif... Read More →
avatar for Olya Esipova

Olya Esipova

Implementation Committee, Youth For Wildlife Conservation
My name is Olya Esipova and I'm from Uzbekistan, Central Asia. I've been involved in wildlife conservation protecting critically endangered Saiga Antelope since my childhood. I'm a part of newly established global network of early-career conservationists, Youth For Wildlife Conse... Read More →
avatar for Mareen Esmeier

Mareen Esmeier

Implementation Committee, Youth for Wildlife Conservation (Y4WC)
Mareen is a Political Science graduate from Germany and has conducted research on national as well as international environmental policies. She has been working with various NGOs, e.g. Friends of the Earth Germany, IFAW and is currently employed at the Animal Welfare Federation o... Read More →
avatar for Mingyu Liu

Mingyu Liu

PhD candidate, Peking University
A PhD candidate majored in conservation biology. Right now, my research concentrate on snow leopard conservation.
avatar for Razan Nimir

Razan Nimir

Youth for Wildlife Conservation
avatar for Cecile Tang

Cecile Tang

Founding Steering Committee Member, Youth for Wildlife Conservation
Cécile is a French/ Chinese/ Canadian environmentalist dedicated to advancing wildlife conservation and the Sustainable Development Goals using an interdisciplinary approach.She holds a BSc in Biology and a joint-MSc in Environmental Sciences, Management and Policy (Erasmus Mund... Read More →


Friday April 21, 2017 15:45 - 17:15
The George Farha Auditorium The Laboratory, Ground Floor

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