Jun 28 2019
AWSG Members play important roles in the EAAFP including special news updates starting with this issue, as part of our CEPA role.
Adopted in the list of the World Summit on Sustainable Development as a Type II initiative which is informal and voluntary, the Partnership was launched on 6 November 2006 and aims to protect migratory waterbirds, their habitat and the livelihoods of people dependent upon them. There are currently 37 Partners including 18 countries, 6 intergovernmental agencies, 12 international non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and 1 international private enterprise.
Membership is open to governments, international NGOs, inter-governmental organisations and members of the international business sector upon application and agreeing to endorse the text and support the objectives and actions under this Partnership.
The purpose of this Partnership is to provide a flyway-wide framework to promote dialogue, cooperation and collaboration between a range of stakeholders, including all levels of governments, site managers, multilateral environmental agreements, technical institutions, UN agencies, development agencies, industrial and private sector, academe, non-governmental organisations, community groups and local people to conserve migratory waterbirds and their habitats, considering both people and biodiversity of the of the East Asian – Australasian Flyway.
Get the latest news from the AWSG and across the East Asian-Australasian Flyway. More ..
We produce two publications; our official journal, The Stilt and our Newsletter, The Tattler. More ..
The AWSG has affiliated groups in every state of Australian and New Zealand. More ..
BirdLife Australia is proud to be the nation's largest bird conservation organisation. As an independent, not-for-profit organisation, our aim is clear: to create a bright future for Australia's birds. More ..
BirdLife Australia is an organisation that has a clear commitment to action and results. We’re proud of our achievements, but we know there is always more to be done. But we can’t do it alone - we want you to get involved. More ..
To ensure the future of waders and their habitats in Australia through research and conservation programs and to encourage and assist similar programs in the rest of the East Asian-Australasian Flyway and network of shorebird sites.