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Social Media can be a powerful tool for wildlife protection, as well as a dangerous platform for illegal wildlife trade and instigators of unrest. If you would like to join the debate on the growing role of social media in the conservation of the wildlife and wild places that we hold dear, Tickets are now on sale for the next Lewa Conservation Conversation at the Royal Geographical Society in London.

Speakers include;

  • Wanjiku Kinuthia; Lewa’s Head of Marketing)
  • Ian Lemaiyan; Lewa’s Head of Rhino Research, Self-Made Conservationists and Instagram Star)
  • Tania McCree-Steele (IFAW, International Project Manager, Wildlife Crime)
  • Mark Haviland (Rakuten, EVP of Global Development)

Date & Time: 27 February 2019 (18:45 – 21:00 GMT)

Tickets available here