The Wildlife in Crisis seminars organised by the Global Initiative Against Transnational Organised Crime brought together leading conservationists, anti-poaching and law enforcement officials, researchers and activists for three evenings of debate on some of the most critical, challenging and thorny issues in conservation today. Speakers in this seminar - which looked at current anti-poaching strategies and the role of communities and conservation - were:
Mark Shaw, SARChI Chair of Justice and Security, Centre of Criminology, UCT and Director, Global Initiative against Transnational Organised Crime;
Maano Ramutsindela, Professor, Environmental and Geographic Science, UCT (Chair);
Johan Jooste, Major General, Officer Commanding: Special Projects, SANParks;
Moshakge Molokwane, National Secretary: People and Parks;
Tess Rayner, TRAFFIC – East/Southern Africa;
Judith MacGregor, British High Commissioner to South Africa.