London's Illegal Wildlife Trade Conference
The UK government is hosting an international conference on illegal wildlife trade (IWT) in London
The Youth for Wildlife Conservation Youth Forum
To fully engage and empower early-career wildlife conservationists in the CITES processes we are organizing the Youth for Wildlife Conservtion Forum. We aim to to bridge the gap between existing and future policymakers as well as grassroots conservationists, catalyzing a new generation of wildlife conservation leaders committed to effective policy and management of wildlife that translates to practical, grassroot conservation efforts on the ground.
Why should we care about Big Cats? Youth conservation action on World Wildlife Day 2018
For a second year now, Y4WC partnered with CITES and the United Nations to celebrate World Wildlife Day. 2018s the theme was 'Big Cats: Predators Under Threat.'
We took part in a number of activities that highlighted the role of youth in big cat conservation, including sending a delegate to the UN WWD Celebrations in New York, and hosting a youth roundtable.
Advocating for Youth Engagement and Empowerment at the 69th CITES Standing Committee meeting
Three members of the Y4WC team Find Out More →
Millennial engagement in conservation at the International Congress for Conservation Biology 2017 Conference
“Millennial Conservation: How Today Youth Will Shape Tomorrow Conservation”.
We also proudly presented our poster based on our project report entitled; Millennial Engagement in Wildlife Conservation: motivation, challenges and opportunities of youth globally.
The Power of Positivity: Y4WC at Conservation Optimism
'Listen to the Young Voices' Y4WC at the United Nations HQ, celebrating World Wildlife Day 2017
Youth empowerment at Convention on Biological Diversity CoP13