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STRP Webinar Series

The Scientific and Technical Review Panel (STRP) will be holding a series of webinars (or virtual conferences), aiming to raise awareness about the different activities being carried by the Ramsar Administrative Authorities, STRP National Focal Points, the STRP and other Ramsar stakeholders to implement the Convention in the different Ramsar regions. The webinars also seek to enhance interaction amongst STRP National Focal Points and Ramsar National Focal Points.

STRP webinars can be held in any of the Convention's official languages (English, French and Spanish). We welcome your suggestions for future webinar programmes. 

Webinar N° Title Speaker Language Date

World Wetlands Network (WWN) Africa

Le Reseaux Mondiale Des Zones Humides (WWN) Africa

Paul Ouedraogo, Ramsar Secretariat Senior Regional Advisor, Africa;

Chris Rostron, WWN Director

Luciano Andriamaro, Conservation International Madagascar



5 STRP Chair Midterm Update Royal Gardner, STRP Chair and Professor of Law, Stetson University College of Law English 13/05/14
4 Wetlands, agriculture and sustainable livelihoods in Africa Adrian Wood, University of Huddersfield English 18/02/14
3 Looking forward to the future of wetlands—a vision from the new Secretary General Christopher Briggs, Ramsar Convention Secretary General English 24/01/14
2 Towards the sustainable planning and management of urban wetlands Rob McInnes, Society of Wetland Scientists representative to the STRP English 13/09/13
1 Plan Nacional para mejorar el Manejo de Sitios Ramsar en el Salvador/National Plan for the Improvement of Ramsar Sites Management in El Salvador Enrique Barraza, STRP National Focal Point and National Focal Point, El Salvador Spanish 22/07/13


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