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  1. World Conservation Congress and Protected Areas – a compendium of activities

  2. What came out of the Call for Contributions ? Note: 127 proposals were still in draft format in the system, on the 31 October midnight. It was decided to consider these proposals as submitted if all the fields were completed and the proposal appeared to be ready for submission. IUCN’s Global Protected Area Programme

  3. How the review and selection were done ? Technical Review Team Forum Strategic Panel • 100+ reviewers from all IUCN Constituents;(Commissions, Council, Members, Scientific Advisory Board, Secretariat, Partners, Host Country) • 1 proposal  3 reviewers (around 22 proposals per reviewer); • Technical review based on the 12 criteria endorsed by CPC in April 2011; • Comments & recommendations based purely on technical aspects. • 10+ IUCN Senior Managers (HQ + Regions) and 2 Host Country rep. • Decision based on: • Advice from Technical Review Team; • Strategic aspects; • Thematic/geographic spread. Double-check on strategic aspects • All groupings were checked with Global Directors and Heads of Programme; IUCN’s Global Protected Area Programme

  4. How the review and selection were done ? Technical Review Team Forum Strategic Panel • 100+ reviewers from all IUCN Constituents;(Commissions, Council, Members, Scientific Advisory Board, Secretariat, Partners, Host Country) • 1 proposal  3 reviewers (around 22 proposals per reviewer); • Technical review based on the 12 criteria endorsed by CPC in April 2011; • Comments & recommendations based purely on technical aspects. • 10+ IUCN Senior Managers (HQ + Regions) and 2 Host Country rep. • Decision based on: • Advice from Technical Review Team; • Strategic aspects; • Thematic/geographic spread. Double-check on strategic aspects • All groupings were checked with Global Directors and Heads of Programme; IUCN’s Global Protected Area Programme

  5. How the review and selection were done ? Technical Review Team Forum Strategic Panel • 100+ reviewers from all IUCN Constituents;(Commissions, Council, Members, Scientific Advisory Board, Secretariat, Partners, Host Country) • 1 proposal  3 reviewers (around 22 proposals per reviewer); • Technical review based on the 12 criteria endorsed by CPC in April 2011; • Comments & recommendations based purely on technical aspects. • 10+ IUCN Senior Managers (HQ + Regions) and 2 Host Country rep. • Decision based on: • Advice from Technical Review Team; • Strategic aspects; • Thematic/geographic spread. Double-check on strategic aspects • All groupings were checked with Global Directors and Heads of Programme; IUCN’s Global Protected Area Programme

  6. What came out of the review & selection process ? 80% of theproposalsreceivedhavebeengiven a space in theForum !! IUCN’s Global Protected Area Programme

  7. What came out of the review & selection process ? Workshops Note: 3 organizers preferred to withdraw their proposal rather than accept the proposed grouping. IUCN’s Global Protected Area Programme

  8. What came out of the review & selection process ? Knowledge Cafés Note: 6 organizers preferred to withdraw their proposal rather than accept to be moved to the Knowledge Café. IUCN’s Global Protected Area Programme

  9. What came out of the review & selection process ? Posters Note: 12 organizers preferred to withdraw their proposal rather than accept to be moved to Posters. IUCN’s Global Protected Area Programme

  10. What came out of the review & selection process ? Conservation Campus Note: 6 proposals are still on the b-list for the Conservation Campus. IUCN’s Global Protected Area Programme

  11. Regional & thematic breakdown… IUCN’s Global Protected Area Programme

  12. Link with the proposed IUCN Programme 2013-2016… IUCN’s Global Protected Area Programme

  13. One word about the “One Programme” rule… • Members have been identified as partners in 76,5% of the proposals; • Commissions are partner in 91.5% of the proposals; • Secretariat units are partner in 90.5% of the proposals; • IUCN Partners are involved in 84% of the proposals IUCN’s Global Protected Area Programme

  14. What about the Forum programme?… Fri. 7 Sat. 8 Sun. 9 Mon. 10 Tue. 11 Wed. 12 Fri. 14 Sat. 15 Thu. 6 Thu. 13 8:30 Forumopening Assembly Excursions 10:30 11:00 13:00 14:30 Closing 16:30 17:00 WLD WLD WLD WLD WLD Opening 18:30 19:00 21:00 Jeju, Korea– Septembre 2012 IUCN’s Global Protected Area Programme

  15. What about the Forum programme?… • Forum opening: • 1h30/2h session on the 7 Sept. • Technical opening, short and crisp! (no political or protocol speeches) • 1 keynote address (Rachel Kyte, Vice-president and Network Head – World Bank) • Introduction to the Forum: • Structure, types of events and localization; • World Leaders Dialogues • Themes Forum opening Nature + climate Can nature save us? Nature + food security Can we feed the world sustainably? Nature + economy Green economy: mythor reality? • World Leaders Dialogues: • 5 high-level / high-exposure sessions of the Congress (no event in parallel) • Will bring external perspectives to the debate • Moderated by professional TV moderators and journalists • Innovative participation tools for the audience Nature + people Can conservationtackle poverty? • Forum closing: • The 5th World Leaders Dialogue (Saving nature, why bother?) will also be the closing of the Forum. Nature + Saving nature,why bother? IUCN’s Global Protected Area Programme

  16. Summary Statistics by Lead Commission Note: there are many joint commission sponsorships

  17. Ranked Summary of All WCC Forum Sessions By Keyword Search Note: categories are not exclusive

  18. Summary of Sessions on “Parks and Protected Areas” Keyword search on abstracts for “Protected Areas” or “Parks”

  19. WCPA - Sponsored Workshops

  20. WCPA - Program Workshops (Task Forces and Programs)

  21. WCPA - Protected Area Workshops

  22. Related Non IUCN - WCPA Sponsored Workshops

  23. WCPA - Key Knowledge Cafes

  24. WCPA - Knowledge Cafes

  25. WCPA - Key Conservation Campuses

  26. WCPA - Conservation Campuses

  27. WCPA - Posters (1)

  28. WCPA - Posters (2)

  29. Conclusions – Protected Areas and The WCC • Protected areas well represented as a theme in Jeju • Good coverage of global protected areas program and themes • Good interaction between commissions and between secretariat and commissions Complied by Stephen Woodley