Announcement of EAAFP Partners Workshop leading up to MOP 11
In preparation of and to increase dialogue with and between Partners in the months leading up to MOP11, which will be held in Brisbane Australia, from 12th – 17th March 2023, the Secretariat is organizing a series of webinars endorsed by the EAAFP Management Committee with the following schedule and program. The webinar series will give Partners the opportunity to be briefed on important ongoing activities of the Secretariat and follow-up on Decisions made at MOP10. The EAAFP Secretariat is inviting all Partners to mark these dates and participate in the webinars. Title: EAAFP Partners Workshop lead up to MOP 11 Date/Time: 1 – 5 August 2022; 15:00 – 17:30 KST Organizers: EAAFP Secretariat and Management Committee Participants: EAAFP Partners, EAAFP Working Groups and Task Forces, Flyway Network Site Managers Language: English Meeting Platform: Zoom Register: https://cutt.ly/dJJgCmV *We invite everyone to join as many sessions as possible EAAFP Provisional Programme Day Programme Presenter/Moderator Day 1 Opening Remarks Robb Kaler, MC Chair Briefing on MOP11 Doug Watkins, Secretariat Chief Executive/Nick Davidson, TsC Chair Activities of the Management Committee Robb Kaler, MC Chair Report on the Secretariat’s workplan and budget Doug Watkins, Secretariat Chief Executive Day 2 Presentation on the Partner New Reporting Template for MOP11 Doug Watkins, Secretariat Chief Executive Interactive Session 1: How to increase the effectiveness of Working Group/Task Forces for EAAFP, following up on the Discussion Paper presented at MoP10 (link). (TBC) Day 3 MOP10 DD08: EAAFP Guidelines for National and Site Partnerships (link) Jennifer George, Consultant MOP10 DD 09: EAAFP Guidelines for the Sister Site Program (link) Day 4 Presentation on the revised CEPA Action Plan 2023 – 2028 Casey Burns, CEPA Working Group Chair Update on the ADB Regional Flyway Initiative Duncan Lang, Asian Development Bank /Doug Watkins, Secretariat Chief Executive /Ding Li, BirdLife International Day 5 Conservation Status Review of Migratory Waterbird Populations for the EAAFP [MOP10 DD 12] / Q&A Taej Mundkur, Consultant to Wetlands International Interactive Session 2: How to expand, strengthen and engage the Flyway Site Network, including adopting a more simplified and focused nomination form (SIS) Nick Davidson, TsC Chair/Qing Zeng, Science Officer Closing Remarks Robb Kaler, MC Chair For inquiries, please email to email@example.com.
First EAAFP Conservation Status Review (CSR1) consultation draft update webinar
Following the MOP 10 adopted Decision 12 “Development of a Conservation Status Review of Migratory Waterbird Populations for the EAAFP” in 2018, the first EAAFP Conservation Status Review (CSR1) was kicked off on 8th April 2021, to ensure researchers, government agencies, conservationists and other stakeholders can get access to up-to-date information of waterbird population estimate. After one year of extensive consultation and valuable feedback, the EAAFP Secretariat jointly with Wetlands International are pleased to host a webinar to present the final draft of the First EAAF Conservation Status Review (CSR1) with all Partners, Working Groups/Task Forces, and other stakeholders about this important project. The details of the webinar are as follows: Date: 12th May, 2022 (Thur) Time: 06:00-08:00 UTC/15:00-17:00 KST Registration link: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZwrfuqppjgpG9KQUAQkhLvNMROVCNrMovX3 The provisional agenda is as follows: Welcoming remarks by Doug Watkins, Chief Executive, EAAFP Secretariat Introduction by Nick Davidson, Chair, EAAFP Technical Sub-Committee Presentation of the CSR1 report by Taej Mundkur and Tom Langendoen, Wetlands International Open Discussion moderated by Doug Watkins Plans to finalise the CSR1 report by Taej Mundkur Closing remarks by Robb Kaler, Chair, EAAFP Watch the recording of First EAAFP Conservation Status Review (CSR1) consultation webinar