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The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) has been at the forefront of th
17 November 2014 Azzedine Downes
Animals are captured and killed every day for illegal wildlife trade, which is valued at $19 billion worldwide and is proven Read more »
Elephants need space for their survival but their habitats are becoming increasi
17 November 2014 Jason Bell
As the IUCN World Parks Congress (WPC) deliberations begin to unwind, there are a few messages coming out of this congress Read more »
In Sydney, Australia the International Union for the Conservation of Nature’s (I
14 November 2014 Jason Bell
Conferences, conferences, conferences; what difference do they make for animals, one might ask, and rightly so.  Read more »
Le Jardin Extraordinaire to broadcast segment about Russian bear cub release.
27 October 2014 Sonja Van Tichelen
“Le Jardin Extraordinaire” is the oldest TV program in Europe. It’s been bringing nature documentaries Read more »
IFAW-sponsored CLAW project educates Soweto people about dog fighting.
20 October 2014 Lisa Cant-Haylett
Nthabiseng Raditapole, Community Led Animal Welfare (CLAW) project Administrative Assistant and Education Officer, recently Read more »
IFAW participates in Animaux dans la celebration in Ixelles on October 4, 2014.
16 October 2014 James Pirnay
On October 4th, to celebrate World Animal Day, the Commune of Ixelles (one of the 19 districts of Brussels) organized the Read more »
New "Keep Wild Animals Wild" education resources: Lesson plans, videos and works
New "Keep Wild Animals Wild" education resources: Lesson plans, videos and worksheets for K-8

New "Keep Wild Animals Wild" education resources: Lesson plans, videos and worksheets for K-8