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The BirdLife international World Congress will take place in Ottawa during the week of 17 June.
The BirdLife Partnership is coming together for what is likely to be an extraordinary event with energising and challenging issues on the agenda, such as our next joint strategy to 2020 and tours into Canada’s wilderness.
Working with communities and governments, and across sectors and country borders, BirdLife Partners will demonstrate that it is possible to bring about the changes necessary for a positive future of our planet. As the oldest international conservation organisation – in our 90th year – we have a rich history of pioneering achievements and innovation, which participants will be able to draw on and enrich during the congress.
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BirdLife Europe is one of the six Regional-division Secretariats that compose BirdLife International. Based in Brussels, it supports the European and Central Asian Partnership of BirdLife International, present in 45 countries and all the EU Member States. With more than 4 100 staff in Europe, 2 million members and tens of thousands of skilled volunteers, BirdLife Europe, together with its 45 national Partners owns or manages more than 5 800 sites totalling 320 000 hectares.
In Brussels, the BirdLife Europe team works mainly on EU Policy issues and aims at making the EU legislation better, taking into account the environment and biodiversity. It also supports the development of the European and Central Asian Partners.