The World Wetland Network raises awareness of the role of local people in wetland conservation, supports their active involvement and builds their capacity to deliver effective wetland conservation.
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WWN supports civil society at Ramsar
News from WWN
WWN member wins Whitley Award
WWN member Ecofinder won a prestigious Whitley Award for Nature, working on conservation of…
YEW report on Ramsar COP14
Youth Engaged in Wetlands (YEW) have published a report on November’s Ramsar COP14. The…
COP14 Resolutions published
The Secretariat of the Convention on Wetlands has published the final texts of the…
WWN at Ramsar COP14: summary
Our participation at Ramsar COP14 was diverse and energising. We engaged on all our…
NGO Statement to Ramsar COP14
WWN’s joint North American Representative, Professor Kim Diana Connolly, has delivered an NGO Statement…
How can Ramsar and civil society help each other?
As a grouping of wetland NGOs, we all want to implement the Ramsar Convention…
Membership is free of charge. Members are eligible to become regional representatives, and to engage in our preparations for Ramsar COPs. Find out more.
Regional and sub-Regional Representatives
For all members, see the full list.
Alliance Nationale des Consommateurs et de l’Environnement (ANCE-TOGO)
Country: TogoContact: Dr Ebeh Kodjo FabriceWebsite
Port Phillip Conservation Council Inc.
Type of organisation: NGO Country: Australia Contact: Jenny Warfe Website: www.ppcc.org.au
Type: NGO Country: Australia Contact: Andrew Hunter, Conservation Campaigner. Website.
Sub-regional Representative – Fiji NatureFiji-MareqetiViti Type of organisation: NGO Contact: Nunia Thomas
Syrian Society for the Conservation of Wildlife (SSCW)
Country: Syrian Arab Republic Contact: Nabegh Ghazal Asswad
Type of organisation: NGO Country: Japan Contact: Ozawa Shuzo
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