The EAZA Great Ape Taxon Advisory Group consists of a number of experts from the European zoo community who take care of the great apes.
The Sahara Conservation Fund (SCF) gathers together every year about a hundred people who are interested in the Sahelo-Saharan species conservation; the Sahelo-Saharan Interest Group.
The EAZA Antelope & Giraffid TAG (AGTAG) consists of more than 40 experts from European zoos that get together to discuss keeping and managing antilopes and giraffes. This meeting is chaired by Sander Hofman, Antwerp ZOO and Planckendael ZOO.
The EAZA Conservation Forum is a biennial event bringing together over 100 representatives of zoos and aquariums, conservation organisations and in situ conservation projects for 3 days of workshops, presentations and other activities.
The IUCN World Conservation Congress brings together several thousand leaders and decision-makers from government, civil society, indigenous peoples, business, and academia.
The EAZA Annual Conference is the biggest annual gathering of the European zoo and aquarium community, bringing more than 600 delegates together for four days of meetings, presentations, discussions and networking opportunities.
Philippe Helsen and Zjef Pereboom will take part in a global strategic workshop to produce group-management strategies to enable the genetic and demographic management of animal populations manitained in groups.
Course organized by ZOO Science for biology students of Utrecht University.
The during the Biology Masters Day, all Belgian Universities provide future Master in Biology students all required information to make a well-informed study choice.