Date: April 1-3 2020
Location: University of Oxford Examination Schools, UK
The conference will be an international event aiming to bring together researchers, community leaders, government representatives and participants from academic, non-profit, and private sectors from around the world to advance knowledge, foster inter-disciplinary discussions and find solutions to mitigate and manage human-wildlife conflict. The programme will include scientific presentations, discussions and learning platforms of interest to practitioners, policy makers, donors and community leaders alike. It will be an interdisciplinary conference, seeking participation from diverse fields such as ecology, animal behaviour, psychology, law, conflict analysis, mediation and peacebuilding, international development, economics, anthropology, and many more.