WFSA Plenary Session 2014 – Press Release
On March the 6th 2014, The World Forum on Shooting Activities held its annual meeting in Nuremburg, Germany, in conjunction with IWA 2014, the International Trade Fair for Hunting and Sport Shooting.
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WFSA Plenary Session 2013 – Press Release
On March the 8th 2013, The World Forum on the Future of Sport Shooting Activities held its annual meeting in Nuremburg, Germany, in conjunction with IWA 2013, the International Trade Fair for Hunting and Sport Shooting.
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WFSA Plenary Session 2012 – Press Release
On March the 8th 2012, The World Forum on the Future of Sport Shooting Activities held its annual meeting in Nuremburg, Germany, in conjunction with IWA 2012, the International Trade Fair for Hunting and Sport Shooting.
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WFSA presents “EEBH WORKSHOP ON COMMUNICATION”

WFSA is organizing a two-day interactive communications workshop for hunting organizations in Rome, Italy on June 19 and 20, 2012. This workshop, Preaching Beyond the Choir: Promoting Hunting in the 21st Century Through Effective Communications, is an outgrowth of the highly successful WFSA Symposium on the Economic and Ecologic Benefits of Hunting (EEBH).
The Workshop represents a unique opportunity to learn how to better communicate the economic, ecological, environmental, and social values of hunting in a rapidly changing world.
For more info, please download the flyer or send an e-mail to wfsa.secretariat@anpam.org


Symposium on “The Ecologic and Economic Benefits of Hunting”
Windhoek, Namibia, September 14-18, 2009


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Download PDF documents:
List of Participans
EEBH Symposium Agenda
Media Advisory on EEBH Symposium
EEBH Press Release
Abstracts
Biographies of Contributors and Chairs
Opening  remarks  - His Excellency President Pohamba, presented by Hon. Minister Willem Konjore
Executive summary – Rick Patterson
Closing address - Minister  Netumbo Nandi Ndaitwah
Closing remarks –Ted Rowe
Call to action – Torb Lindskog