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Save the Rhino CEO to give DICE lecture

13th February 2018

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The Chief Executive Officer of Save the Rhino International, Cathy Dean, will be the guest speaker for the 2018 Durrell Institute of Conservation and Ecology (DICE) lecture on March 20th.

Cathy Dean has been CEO since 2001 and her talk will discuss ongoing efforts to tackle the rhino poaching crisis and how this can best be achieved.

This will consider everything from using the latest scientific research to inform conservation policies to taking advantage of cutting-edge technologies that can be used to fight back against poachers.

She will also talk about how organisations like Save the Rhino can best articulate the issues they face to stakeholders, donors, journalists and members of the public to ensure people are informed and engaged with the work they do and the plight of the rhino.

The talk will take place on the University's Canterbury campus on March 20th from 18.30-19.30pm in the Woolf Lecture Theatre. The lecture is is free to attend and open to all.


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