All Blog Posts for Education

Greater Manas Conservation Project: new livelihoods through weaving
24th January 2014 James Kinney
This story was compiled by our colleagues Nizira Borgoyary and Shaleen Attre.—JK Mirina Basumatary used to make Read more »
Commentary: why we’re fighting to protect one African black rhino
21st January 2014 Azzedine Downes
“There is a biological reason for this hunt, and it’s based on a fundamental premise of modern wildlife Read more »
China's Twitter, called Weibo, helps generate momentum for animal welfare
14th January 2014 Grace Ge Gabriel
Word spread like wildfire when a group of police officers from a coastal city in southern China posted an appeal on their Read more »
Promoting Animal Action Education to 2,000 international school teachers
10th December 2013 James Pirnay
Our stand at the European Council of International School’s (ECIS) annual conference in Amsterdam attracted Read more »
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10th December 2013 James Pirnay
When the Intergroup on the Welfare and Conservation of Animals held its 299th session in the European Parliament in Read more »
Visiting the wolves in Western Poland
28th November 2013 Robert Kless
Sundown is just over, twilight is settling in. There is no wind, no noises. Suddenly I hear a long, ascending howl. After Read more »
"Cats, Dogs, and Us" Education Programme - Cats, Dogs and Us DVD
Free 'Cats, Dogs and Us' DVD in Dutch, English, French and German; endorsed by the European Commission

Free 'Cats, Dogs and Us' DVD in Dutch, English, French and German; endorsed by the European Commission