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Training on “Biodiversity on Human Well-being” from 29 Oct – 1 Nov, book now!

This course provides an overview of the most relevant developments, concepts, and practical tools in biodiversity conservation and management in the context of international cooperation.
The aim is to familiarize participants with the international framework of the Convention on Biodiversity (CBD) as well as concepts and approaches for its implementation at national level. The course provides insight into current challenges as well as opportunities and related tools in technical and policy advisory services. The interactive setting offers a forum for the exchange of experiences.

Date: 29 October to 1 November 2018
Venue: Bangkok
Course fee: aprox. 1550 EUR, GIZ and partners apox. 1350 EUR
* including training materials and documents, lunch and snack throughout the training.
No. of participants: max. 22

 

Learning Objectives
After the training course, participants will

  • have a sound understanding of the concept of biodiversity and the linkages with human well-being;
  • be familiar with the international policy framework: the CBD and its Strategic Plan 2011-2020;
  • have an overview of concepts, tools and examples of biodiversity conservation used in German Cooperation;
  • have discussed challenges and trade-offs among conservation needs and development interests
Methodology
Trainers will provide key facts and concepts, participants´ learning will be stimulated by a mix of methods, including

  • presentations by trainers on political and implementation concepts and examples;
  • interactive exercises to bring out key observations;
  • group work for intense exchange of experiences;
  • facilitated discussions in plenary;
  • an excursion (1/2 day)
To see the training’s flyer in PDF, click here