Friday 30 july 2021
From 3 to 10 September 2021, the IUCN World Conservation Congress will take place. The Congress brings together the global nature conservation community and allows civil society organisations to share their work and knowledge. At the IUCN Congress Exhibition (4 to 9 September), IUCN NL will open its own Pavilion, where Dutch IUCN members and our partner organisations will present their work.
Header photo: Calanque de Port Pin, Vaufrèges, Marseille, France. © ISHM for Unsplash
IUCN NL’s stand at the World Conservation Congress in Marseille is a place where Dutch IUCN members and our local partners from around the world will gather to showcase their work. Here, we connect the Dutch conservation movement with international actors and policy.
Together with our partners, Dutch IUCN members and our own experts, IUCN NL developed a six-day programme. The sessions in our Pavilion range from expert discussions about finance for conservation, responsible value chains and community governance to social events where you can enjoy a drink, listen to short speeches and meet our experts.
How to attend
Physical attendants of the Congress can come to our Pavilion to meet our experts and learn more about finance for conservation, responsible value chains, community governance and rights to nature.
For virtual participants of the IUCN Congress, we will set up a livestream of our sessions in the Pavilion. Each session livestream will appear on the IUCN NL Youtube channel at the time indicated in the IUCN NL Pavilion programme.
Are you interested in joining the IUCN Congress, either virtually or physically? You can still register through the IUCN Congress website.