All Blog Posts for Education

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 »
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-WTI refresher course reinforces Bhutanese rangers training.
16 October 2014 James Kinney
Editor’s note: Jose Louies, Wildlife Trust of India’s Assistant Manager, Enforcement Assistance and Law filed Read more »
IFAW welcomes Jane Goodall to its honorary board.
15 October 2014 Azzedine Downes
With all her wisdom and passion on a wide range of fronts, it is no surprise that Dr. Jane Goodall is the most preeminent Read more »
Spotlight India: workshops help Assamese women further develop weaving skills
8 October 2014 Rupa Gandhi Chaudhary
The weavers’ training centre in Rowmari, Assam bustled with activity. Eight women weavers, carefully selected from Read more »
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