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AAE teacher workshops help instructors introduce animal welfare to students.
16th September 2014 by Sheren Shrestha
A conscientious individual is an outcome of numerous factors. Responsible parents and good teachers are the most evident, Read more »
How education and a HELP partnership complete our projects in Malawi
26th August 2014 by Azzedine Downes
Liwonde National Park in Malawi is a special place for me. Not only is it home to numerous charismatic animal species, but Read more »
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26th August 2014 by
A unique conservation education partnership launched to great excitement at Liwonde National Park, Malawi today with hopes Read more »
On World Elephant Day in India, a “thumbs-up” for the elephants
18th August 2014 by Sheren Shrestha
In the sweltering humid heat of Delhi, Dr Mayukh Chatterjee, Achintya Tripathi and I were back in school. Figuratively Read more »
Living tortoises do not make good art
15th August 2014 by Dr. Ian Robinson
Using live animals for art goes against our animal welfare principles. I am referring specifically to a current installation Read more »
More cameras observe more aggregation in White Sea beluga whales
15th August 2014 by Dr. Maria (Masha) N. Vorontsova
This update on IFAW funded beluga whale research, part of a larger multiyear survey of the Solovetsky beluga whale Read more »
"Cats, Dogs, and Us" Education Programme
New "Cats, Dogs, and Us" education resources: Free classroom-ready lessons and worksheets for grades K-8

New "Cats, Dogs, and Us" education programme: Free classroom-ready resources for grades K-8