Human–Wildlife Conflict

Human-wildlife conflict (HWC) occurs when animals pose a direct and recurring threat to the livelihood or safety of people, leading to the persecution of that species. Retaliation against the species blamed often ensues, leading to conflict about what should be done to remedy the situation.
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Conference Aims

Human-wildlife conflict is one of the most pressing threats to biodiversity conservation and achievement of sustainable development. These conflicts threaten the healthy co-existence of people and wildlife and undermine conservation efforts. Collaboration across disciplines and sectors is needed in this to address human-wildlife conflicts world-wide.
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International Conference on Human–Wildlife Conflict and Coexistence

 

Venue

The conference will be held in Oxford, UK, at the Examination Schools – an iconic building that is part of the University of Oxford, located in the heart of the city.
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Accommodation

Immerse yourself in Oxford tradition by staying at one of Oxford University’s colleges, with their quadrangles, gardens and iconic architecture.
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