What are we learning from the 9 winning ideas of our innovation challenge? Join us on Tuesday 1st November 2022 to learn more.
Since April 2021, The Luc Hoffmann Institute, together with the IUCN Commission on Environmental, Economic and Social Policy (IUCN-CEESP) and Impact Hub, have been incubating the nine winning ideas of the Future of Conservation NGOs global innovation challenge. As we develop these ideas, we are also asking ourselves, “What are we learning about the future of the conservation sector and its possible transformations?”
If you are also interested in these developments and would like to know more, please join us at the upcoming Learning Festival hosted by the Re-Imagining the INGO (RINGO) project. We will be joined by Eva Rehse, Director of Strategy and Global Collaboration at Global Greengrants Fund, and together, during this interactive session, we will ask, is the environmental and conservation sector ready to shift power and transform?
This session is part of a four-day virtual festival, which will share learnings from the RINGO project and begin to collectively map the transformation needed in the global civil society ecosystem.
How to join?
Date: Tuesday, 1 November 2022
Time: 18:00 – 19:00 pm UTC (Coordinated Universal Time)
To attend the session led by the Luc Hoffmann Institute, please register for the festival and sign-up for this session in the agenda.
Registering for this session is a two step process, first, register for the festival, and then create an account to access the event platform and sign up for individual sessions (click on the session and ‘Add to my Calendar’).
- Discuss the key leverage points identified for transformative change within the conservation sector.
- Learn more about the new ideas and ways of approaching nature conservation currently being developed as part of the Future of Conservation NGOs project.
- Get inspired by the conservation entrepreneurs who are moving the dial forward.
The RINGO Learning Festival schedule is rich with ideas, learnings and discussion on how international NGOs might begin to transform, so do take a look at the full agenda and sign up to other sessions that interest you too.
For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.