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Wildlife Conservation in Africa: In the Time of COVID-19

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Bonobos: Peaceful Matriarchs- A convening of experts, diplomats, activists and compassionate citizens, to discuss wildlife conservation.

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“Take urgent action to end poaching and trafficking of protected species of flora and fauna and address both demand and supply of illegal wildlife products.” SDG 15- LIFE ON LAND
"Ultimately, conservation is about people. If you don't have sustainable development around wildlife and parks, then people will have no interest in them and the parks will not survive."--- "Madiba" Nelson Mandela

African Symposium’s Second Annual Forum on Wildlife Conservation in Africa is taking place on March 3, 2021, on the United Nations designated World Wildlife Day and in line with Sustainable Development Goal 15. The conference this year highlights Bonobos: a peaceful and cooperative matriarchal society and the role of human security and stability in conservation. The forum especially focuses on opportunities for the African Diaspora community and friends to play a more active, engaged and visible role. As a result of this gathering, we also aim to derive a best- practice guide to help attendees make responsible and informed choices in protecting our planet and its inhabitants. The program consist of :

    • live streaming tour of a sanctuary in Africa
    • Virtual content fully streaming live and recorded content
    • Virtual booths & fundraising for your sanctuary of choice
    • Ample virtual networking opportunity and exclusive marketplace
    • Q&A and networking with celebrity guest
    • Recognizing outstanding conservationist

***Use code: BONOBO21 for a discount before you select the number of tickets and check out.***

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FULL LIST OF SPEAKERS TO BE ANNOUNCED

The United Nations General Assembly has designated March 3 as World Wildlife Day to celebrate and raise awareness of the world’s wild fauna and flora, and to recognize the intrinsic value of wildlife and its various contributions to sustainable development and human well-being.

  • Bonobos and the role of the peace forest in promoting security and stability
  • Indigenous community engagement in conservation: the case of Ethiopia
  • Innovative financing for wildlife conservation
  • Protecting wildlife through technology and law enforcement

**The agenda is subject to change and each session is followed by a Q&A

**Space is limited. Please register early.

Experiences:

Virtual Booths: Organizations display their products and activities during the conference

Virtual Sanctuary Visit: Attendees visit a sanctuary in Africa virtually and get to ask questions live

Virtual Q&A: Attendees and speakers network over cocktails hosted virtually by a celebrity (TBA)


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