Conservation communication camp : come with ideas, leave with a plan
Macleod, Hilary, Wylie, Richard, & Black , Rosemary (2014) Conservation communication camp : come with ideas, leave with a plan. In IUCN World Conservation Congress, 6 - 15 September 2012, Jeju, Korea. (Unpublished)
IUCN´s core work involves generating knowledge and tools to influence policy and practice for nature conservation. Whilst it appears that we are collectively making progress in some areas, we acknowledge the need to improve our communication processes and practices to ´move to action´ in this regard. We need to extend the influence of the science and the knowledge beyond the documents to achieve effective impact and action.
The training course will focus on the process of getting the conservation messages out to a wider audience. This interactive and participatory training course will develop the skills and knowledge needed to communicate effective conservation messages for a range of IUCN internal and external audiences. The course will cover:
• what is communication for conservation?
• the communication planning process (developing your communication objectives)
• identifying and understanding your target audiences
• developing your conservation message
• choosing your communication media and
• evaluating the effectiveness of your communication strategies.
A unique feature of the training course will be the use of Web 2.0 tools in innovative conservation communications e.g. use of social media in concept branding and social marketing.
In the spirit of the Forum´s objective of ´Sharing know how´, each participant will bring a current conservation issue to the training course and will leave with their own communication plan.
Potentially, the training course adopts a cross-thematic approach as the issues addressed could be drawn from any of the IUCN´s program themes. Primarily though, the training course´s best fit is with the ´Valuing and Conserving Biodiversity´ theme since it will provide concrete and pragmatic solutions to enhancing the implementation of conservation measures through participatory planning and capacity building.
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|Item Type:||Conference Item (Presentation)|
|Keywords:||Communication, Education, Capacity Building|
|Subjects:||Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification > ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES (050000) > ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND MANAGEMENT (050200) > Environmental Education and Extension (050203)|
|Divisions:||Current > QUT Faculties and Divisions > Chancellery|
|Deposited On:||26 Oct 2014 22:39|
|Last Modified:||26 Oct 2014 22:39|
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