Saisie d’ivoire en Thaïlande : IFAW insiste sur l’importance de la collaboration interagences

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Mit, 04/29/2015
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Après la saisie d’une cargaison de plus de trois tonnes d’ivoire en Thaïlande lundi 27 avril, le Fonds international pour la protection des animaux (IFAW) rappelle l’importance de la coopération entre les services de police, les services judiciaires et les douanes.

Press Location: 
Nairobi, Kenya
Pressekontakt
Pressekontakt: 
Jacqueline Nyagah (IFAW East Africa)
Telefon: 
+254 20 807 2197
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+ 254(0) 734 929 293
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Why taking care of animals in Nepal, or any disaster, matters

Son, 05/03/2015
Nepalese frantically search for still missing loved ones.

 

The death toll is staggering.

Why taking care of animals in Nepal, or any disaster, matters

Son, 05/03/2015
Nepalese frantically search for still missing loved ones.

 

The death toll is staggering.

Why taking care of animals in Nepal, or any disaster, matters

Son, 05/03/2015
Nepalese frantically search for still missing loved ones.

 

The death toll is staggering.

Why taking care of animals in Nepal, or any disaster, matters

Son, 05/03/2015
Nepalese frantically search for still missing loved ones.

 

The death toll is staggering.

Why taking care of animals in Nepal, or any disaster, matters

Son, 05/03/2015
Nepalese frantically search for still missing loved ones.

 

The death toll is staggering.

Why taking care of animals in Nepal, or any disaster, matters

Son, 05/03/2015
Nepalese frantically search for still missing loved ones.

 

The death toll is staggering.

Success! Kiki's puppies are being adopted!

Fre, 05/01/2015
Aurora, was adopted by a family that has 4 other dogs!

 

 

Kiki has seen almost all of her pups grow and get adopted and I’m so excited to share the updates with you!

Controversial new ad campaign highlights sly tactics of fox hunts which flout the law

Publication Date: 
Die, 05/05/2015
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Hunters are given a fox-like makeover in a controversial new advertising campaign launched by the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) today to highlight illegal fox hunting.

‘The Sly Ones’ campaign, featuring photographs of models with subtle fox-like features in hunting attire, drives home the message that 10 years after the ban on hunting with hounds, foxes are still being illegally hunted and it is time to strengthen the Hunting Act. The images are captioned ‘It’s not the foxes who are sly’.

Press Location: 
London, UK
Pressekontakt
Pressekontakt: 
Clare Sterling (IFAW UK)
Telefon: 
020 7587 6708
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07917 507717
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