Australian Biosecurity 2030 Workshop: Building a mass movement
Animal Heath Australia, the Invasive Species Council, the Centre for Invasive Species Solutions and Plant Health Australia invite you to attend the Australian Biosecurity 2030 Workshop.
The workshop is being held on Wednesday 4 November (evening welcome reception) and Thursday 5 November (full-day workshop) at the Pullman Sydney Airport.
The workshop follows on from the hugely successful 2019 Australian Biosecurity Symposium and will continue to explore how to transform Australia’s biosecurity systems to better protect our economy, environment and way of life. The workshop will once again feature delegates from across the biosecurity collective – agriculture (animals and plants), humans, weeds, pest animals, wildlife, aquatics and the environment with a key focus on building the biosecurity mass movement.
It will be made up of four sessions:
- What does a transformed biosecurity system look like in 2030?
- How can we make biosecurity part of everyday life?
- How can we support and create more biosecurity champions?
- How do we create a biosecurity mass movement?
- Workshop ticket: $125
- Cocktail reception: $60
- Workshop and cocktail reception: $180
Express your interest
The Australian Biosecurity 2030 Workshop organisers are committed to providing a safe and inclusive space for all participants, and we will be following all COVID-19 safety requirements.
Due to uncertainty associated with the COVID-19 pandemic, you can register your interest to attend the workshop by emailing email@example.com. We will contact you with details on how to purchase your ticket closer to the event date.
For further queries regarding the workshop, please email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The workshop is the first step in cementing the five outcomes from the 2019 Australian Biosecurity Symposium.
- Setting the 2021-2030 as the decade of biosecurity.
- Designing an innovation-centered biosecurity system.
- Developing a national biosecurity strategy and sustainable investment plan.
- Creating a formal national biosecurity partnership agreement between government, industry and community.
- Mobilising a 25-million strong biosecurity mass movement.