If you missed Rosaleen Duffy speaking on this plenary panel on 9 October 2018, you can watch it here:
Debating the militarisation of conservation as a strategy for tackling IWT.
This week features Prof Rosaleen Duffy, who speaks about her conservation research and her journal article ‘War, by Conservation’
Evidence To Action: Research to Address Illegal Wildlife Trade' takes place at ZSL on 9th October 2018, in partnership with OMP-IWT, BIOSEC, ZSL-IoZ, DICE Kent and the Lancaster Environmental Centre
'Conflict ecologies: Connecting political ecology and peace and conflict studies' has just been published in the Journal of Political Ecology.
Rosaleen Duffy is co-convening a panel with Dr Adam Simpson at the 2018 IPSA World Congress, Brisbane, and presenting at the Centre for Excellence in Environmental Decisions (CEED).
Members of the BIOSEC research team are convening panels and presenting papers at this year's POLLEN Conference in Oslo, 22-24 June 2018.
On 7th June 2018, the BIOSEC team will be holding a Knowledge Exchange workshop with colleagues at Fauna & Flora International (FFI), followed by an open seminar.
Professor of International Politics and BIOSEC PI, Rosaleen Duffy, has been honoured as a Fellow of the Academy of Social Science. She is among 58 leading social scientists to be recognised by the Academy for the excellence and public impact of their work.
Animals are victims of human conflict, so can conservation help build peace in warzones? Only if we acknowledge that wildlife protection is not a politically-neutral activity, argue Esther Marijnen and Rosaleen Duffy in new article for The Conversation.