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Bernard Sunley lecture theatre

St Catherine's College

Manor Road

Oxford

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Despite significantly increased international interest in addressing the illegal wildlife trade, this issue continues to present a serious challenge for global conservation efforts.

This evening debate, to be chaired by John Simpson, CBE, BBC World Affairs Editor, will address the many dimensions of the wildlife trade and its consequences, arising from accountability, donor interests, evidence-based policy and livelihood concerns of local communities.

Confirmed panellists include:

  • Alexander Rhodes, Founding CEO, Stop Ivory & Managing Associate, Mishcon de Reya LLP
  • Kaddu Sebunya, President, African Wildlife Foundation
  • E.J. Milner-Gulland, Tasso Leventis Professor of Biodiversity & Co-Director, Oxford Martin Programme on the Illegal Wildlife Trade, University of Oxford
  • Elizabeth L. Bennett, Vice President, Species Conservation, Wildlife Conservation Society

Attendance to this public debate is free, however advanced registration is required to secure yourself a place.

This event is held in-line with and during the Oxford Martin Programme on the Illegal Wildlife Trade's first Symposium, 25-27 September. Registered symposium delegates do not need an eventbrite ticket to secure their place.

Doors will open at 16.30, and the debate will start promptly at 17.00.

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