We are pleased to be welcoming members of the BIOSEC Advisory Board to Sheffield on 6th November for our second meeting. The Board is made up of academic and non-academic partners who have research and policy expertise relevant to the project, and who provide invaluable input into the future direction, development and research outcomes of the BIOSEC project. To find out more about our Advisory Board members, please visit our team page.
Following on from the Advisory Board, on the 7th & 8th November we are co-hosting a workshop with members of the Crisis Conservation research team from Wageningen University. This two-day workshop titled Conservation in conflict and militarised areas: Political ecology research towards violence and conflict draws in international expertise in conflict, conservation, political ecology and development. For more information, please visit the workshop event page.