The Human-Wildlife Conflict Collaboration will soon be known as the Center for Conservation Peacebuilding (CPeace). Please stay tuned for our new and improved website!
Over 70 organizations are currently participating in this global collaboration and our network keeps growing! If you or your organization has an interest in human-wildlife conflict and other conservation conflict issues, you are invited to join HWCC.
Benefits of Joining HWCC
- Membership in a unique neutral forum that facilitates diverse, global collaboration
- Participation in an innovative, practical training in conflict resolution
- Increased effectiveness and efficiency in preventing and mitigating HWC by:
- pooling limited human and financial resources,
- reducing duplication of efforts,
- sharing risks
- coordinating local and regional efforts
- information sharing that results in “win-win” solutions on the ground
- facilitating efforts among diverse stakeholders to address common problems
- Access to information resources:
- new inter-disciplinary training,
- expertise, research, and practical innovations,
- tools that improve knowledge & skills of field practitioners and policy makers,
- collaborative funding opportunities.
- Increased trust between organizations and improved understanding of how other organizations are working to achieve their goals.
- Opportunities to expand members’ international recognition, leadership and influence among conservation, development, foundation and governmental institutions.
How to Join
Member organizations are asked to commit a modest annual contribution and are encouraged to participate in strategic decision making for the organization.
To inquire about membership, contact Francine Madden, Executive Director.