All Blog Posts for Education

It is estimated that up to 100 million sharks are killed each year for their fin
5th August 2013 Vanessa Mignon
Everything about them fascinates me – their elegance, their streamlined design perfected over millennia, their raw Read more »
Qi Zhang, or “Sabrina” and the author outside the China Academy of Sciences.
28th June 2013 Grace Ge Gabriel
On June 22nd in Beijing, renowned biologist Dr. Joyce Poole led a Chinese audience into the emotional and behavioral world Read more »
Bow-riding pilot whales tag along with IFAW's research vessel Song of the Whale.
19th June 2013 Luke O'Connor
Watch this amazing video of the pilot whales who swam along side the Song of the Whale. ~~~ We’ve had many fantastic Read more »
Volunteers will ask tourists on the streets of Reykjavík sign postcards promisin
18th June 2013 Marvin Lee Dupree
At the beginning of June, the International Fund for Animal Welfare’s campaign ‘Meet Us Don’t Eat Us Read more »
13th June 2013 Azzedine Downes
IFAW President & CEO Azzedine Downes discusses some of the challenges and opportunities we face in helping to protect Read more »
Dr. Elsayed Mohamed presenting during the recent training in Lebanon.
The Middle East is a crossroad of international trade, connecting markets in Europe, Africa, and Asia. It is also a transit 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