Wildlife Crime & Conservation Conference 2020

Sat, 24 October 2020, 8:30 AM - Sun, 25 October 2020, 5:30 PM [GMT]

Nco Mess East Curragh Camp-Curragh Camp, Kildare, Co Kildare, N/A, Ireland

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REGISTRATION

General public 1 day - with online contingency discount PARTIAL APPROVAL - €55.00

Registration closes on 25/10/2020

If the conference is held on-site as planned, I agree to pay the outstanding amount of 20 Euro at the conference registration desk

General public 2 days - with online contingency discount PARTIAL APPROVAL - €80.00

Registration closes on 25/10/2020

If the conference is held on-site as planned, I agree to pay the outstanding amount of 20 Euro at the conference registration desk

Veterinary Professionals 1 day - with online contingency discount PARTIAL APPROVAL - €100.00

Registration closes on 25/10/2020

If the conference is held on-site as planned, I agree to pay the outstanding amount of 30 Euro at the conference registration desk

Veterinary Professionals 2 days - with online contingency discount PARTIAL APPROVAL - €130.00

Registration closes on 25/10/2020

If the conference is held on-site as planned, I agree to pay the outstanding amount of 30 Euro at the conference registration desk.

Concession 1 day - with online contingency discount PARTIAL APPROVAL - €40.00

Registration closes on 24/10/2020

Retired, unemployed, rehabilitators, students. (Proof of eligibility will be required) If the conference is held on-site as planned, I agree to pay the outstanding amount of 10 Euro at the conference registration desk.

Concession 2 days - with online contingency discount PARTIAL APPROVAL - €60.00

Registration closes on 24/10/2020

Retired, unemployed, rehabilitators, students. (Proof of eligibility will be required) If the conference is held on-site as planned, I agree to pay the outstanding amount of 10 Euro at the conference registration desk.

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Sat, 24 October 2020, 8:30 AM - Sun, 25 October 2020, 5:30 PM [GMT]

COVID-19 CONTINGENCY PLAN

WRI plan to deliver this conference on-site in the Curragh Camp, Kildare.  However, should Covid-19 prohibit the event from being held on-site we will be delivering the conference online.

Should the online option have to be taken, you will be charged only the amount you are paying at registration here now.

Assuming the conference goes ahead as planned and is held on-site, you will be required during registration, to pay the outstanding amount noted below.

 

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CONFERENCE DETAILS
Wildlife Crime & Conservation Conference 2020 - Crimes against Wildlife, & Mitigation for Wildlife protection
Human activity, deliberate or otherwise, continues to have a negative impact on Ireland's environment and wildlife; the aim of this conference is to identify some of the threats, challenges, and solutions to resolve this.
 
Wildlife suffer not only from intentional harm and persecution such as poisoning and illegal hunting and trapping, but also from habitat destruction and continuing human encroachment on their dwindling wild spaces, through insensitive farming practices and ill-considered building construction, and through expansion of our transport infrastructure.
 
Finding solutions will require new ideas and approaches to existing conservation practices and protections, as well as increased engagement from communities, NGO's and local and national government. A new strategy is needed - the Conference will be a two-day event that will explore these issues and work on a strategy to create an environment of planned co-existence rather than inadvertent conflict with nature.

 

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Wildlife Rehabilitation Ireland

Wildlife Rehabilitation Ireland (WRI). WRI exists to promote wildlife rehabilitation and improve wildlife welfare and conservation in Ireland. Website: www.wri.ie

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