Registration for the International Conference on Human-Wildlife Conflict and Coexistence is now open, with early-bird rates available until 31 December 2019. You can find further information about the registration process below including rates and details on our pre-conference short courses and events.
Conference registration includes coffee breaks, lunches and receptions on the main conference dates (1–3 April 2020). The conference dinner and pre-conference short courses are optional extras.
Early bird registration (until 31 December 2019)
Full rate £290
Reduced rate £190
Standard registration (1 January – 29 February 2020)
Full rate £350
Reduced rate £230
Rates and eligibility:
Full rate applies to delegates based in, and affiliated with, organisations in high-income countries (see World Bank classification)
Reduced rate applies to delegates resident in, and affiliated with, organisations of non-high-income countries (see World Bank classification) and full-time students of any country.
Please note that registrations booked at the reduced rate will be checked for eligibility by our team and we may contact you if further confirmation is needed.
We are not currently offering day rates, please contact us if you would like to attend only for one day of the conference.
Several short courses (one-day & half-day) are offered to conference delegates before the conference, on Monday 30th March and Tuesday 31st March. These will take place in central Oxford and have limited availability. Price will range from £20-£35 for one-day and half-day courses. Please click here to see the courses that are available for booking now.
The conference dinner will be held on Thursday 2nd April 2020 at Balliol College, one of the oldest colleges of Oxford University. Join us for a pre-dinner reception and three-course vegetarian dinner in this iconic dining hall. Places are limited. Price: £60. Please click here for more information about the conference dinner.
We accept credit card, debit card and invoice payment options. You will have the option to 'buy now', via credit or debit card or 'pay via bank transfer' via invoice. If paying via invoice, you must have paid the invoice for your place to be accepted. If payment is not received, your place can be cancelled and given to someone else. For more information, please see our cancellation policy.
Registrations cancelled more than 12 weeks before the event will be refunded 80% of the price paid
Registrations cancelled between 12 weeks and 6 weeks before the event will be refunded 50% of the price paid
Registration cancelled less than 6 weeks before the event will not be refunded
Cancellation notifications must be sent to email@example.com with a confirmation reply for refunds to be eligible
Refunds will be processed in the following ways:
Payment via credit or debit cards the same card will be refunded, not including the transaction fee
For all other payments, a bank transfer will be made to the payee nominated account and all bank charges will be directly deducted from the refund
If the event cannot be held or is postponed due to events beyond the control of the conference team (force majeure) or due to events which are not attributable to wrongful intent or gross negligence of the conference team, the conference team cannot be held liable by delegate for any damages, costs, or losses incurred, such as but not limited to transportation costs, accommodation costs, costs for additional orders, financial losses etc. Under these circumstances, the conference team reserves the right to either retain the entire registration fee and to credit it for a future conference, or to reimburse the delegate after deducting costs already incurred for the organisation of the conference and which could not be recovered from third parties
For more information, see our event terms and conditions.
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Photo credits: The images used throughout this website have been provided by J. Stevens, A. Zimmermann, Z. Morris-Trainor, S. Roy, B. Daniels, J. de Speville, A. Pino / ACB Pro Carnívoros, Assam Haathi Project and Chester Zoo