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On this Earth Day 2015, we look forward with great anticipation to what this yea
22nd April 2015 by Nancy Barr
Today millions of people around the world are celebrating our unique (as far as we know) planet. What do you think about on Read more »
AAE participants have created more than 100,000 pieces of artwork.
18th April 2015 by Elena Zharkova
More than 60,000 people will visit the AAE Beluga whales exhibition at the Darwin museum in Moscow and see a selection Read more »
When empathy is regulated, molded, focused by rational consideration and, import
17th April 2015 by Cynthia Milburn
For those of us in animal welfare, we are intrigued by and do our best to analyze the capacity to have and exhibit concern Read more »
Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary is home to 48 orphaned chimps.
11th April 2015 by Julia Cumes
    Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary is located on a magical little island in Lake Victoria, Uganda, and is Read more »
Does art just reflect, or can it help to save our wildlife?
10th April 2015 by Philip Mansbridge
    A new London exhibition in partnership with IFAW has officially opened at the exclusive Erarta Galleries Read more »
Since 2008 Lunchbox Theatre has performed more than 370 shows
10th April 2015 by Stuart Palmer
IFAW Southern Africa has introduced thousands of children to the concept of animal welfare through educational theatre. Read more »
New 'Keep Wild Animals Wild' education resources: Curriculum-linked lesson plans
New 'Keep Wild Animals Wild' education resources: Curriculum-linked lesson plans, films and worksheets for KS1-3

New 'Keep Wild Animals Wild' education resources: Curriculum-linked lesson plans, films and worksheets for KS1-3