We are now accepting abstract submission for poster presentation at the symposium. No additional charge will be imposed. However, only suitable abstracts will be selected. Details information on poster and abstract submission can be found here.
Objectives of the Symposium
  1. Acquire specific knowledge on the process of the assessment of different endangered species from national to international level.
  2. Understand the most updated situation of the threated and endangered species on the regional and international level.
Asia is the fastest-growing continent in terms of population and its impacts on species and their habitats. Red listing is an urgent requirement to update policies governing species conservation in Asia. This event is intended to provide a platform for local and international participants to obtain more in-depth knowledge of the IUCN Redlist process and mechanisms.
Who should attend the Symposium?
Policymakers, government agencies related to natural history conservation, researchers, conservationists, students, members of conservation-focus Non-Governmental Organisation.

Important Dates:

  • Registration Deadline

    Early Bird: 31st August 2018
  • Symposium

    24th - 25th September 2018
  • Excursion

    26th September 2018 (One-day Trip)
  • Sciaenidae Assessment Workshop

    27th - 28th September 2018

Theme: Ensuring Species and Ecosystem Conservation for the Future: Theory, Challenges and Practices