Panel discussion | Exploring possible futures for conservation NGOs.



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6 April 2022. Panel discussion | Exploring possible futures for conservation NGOs. A webinar hosted by the Luc Hoffmann Institute as part of ‘The future of conservation NGOs’ initiative: https://luchoffmanninstitute.org/future-of-conservation-ngos/

A lively panel of experts discusses the findings of the research report, Exploring possible futures for conservation NGOs.

Moderated by Anca Damerell, the Head of Programme at the Luc Hoffmann Institute, the panel features:

* Barney Tallack – the lead author of the report. He comes with over 30 years of experience in the (I)NGO and charity sector, leading and supporting strategy and transformation processes across very large through to small NGOs. https://uk.linkedin.com/in/barney-tallack-5558494

* Tosca Bruno-van Vijfeijken – one of the co-authors of the report. She is an independent consultant who has worked on international development and civil society issues for 30 years. She is a leadership development trainer, change management expert, author and podcast host of ‘NGO Soul+Strategy’. https://5oaksconsulting.org/about-tosca/

* Ameyali Ramos – the International Policy Coordinator for the ICCA Consortium & Deputy Chair for the IUCN Commission on Environment, Economic and Social Policy. She has worked with Indigenous peoples and local communities on a range of issues, including environmental governance, sustainable livelihoods, agro-ecology and human rights. https://www.linkedin.com/in/ameyali-ramos-583742139/

* Sean Saba Thackurdeen – conservationist and anthropologist who has spent close to a decade working to uplift nature, people and their wellbeing. His experience includes working in the space of interdisciplinary research, community development and social enterprise, and most recently as an environmental grantmaker at the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation. https://www.linkedin.com/in/r-sean-thackurdeen/

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https://luchoffmanninstitute.org/future-of-conservation-ngos/
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https://luchoffmanninstitute.org/exploring-possible-futures-for-conservation-ngos/
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