All Blog Posts for Education

The IFAW Germany team celebrates recognition by their regional UNESCO office.
24th September 2013 Nancy Barr
Our Animal Action Education team in Germany had a well-deserved evening of celebration in Bremen with UNESCO’s German Read more »
IFAW’s “Humane Communities: Security, Health and Animal Welfare Commitment” esta
23rd September 2013 Kate Nattrass Atema
A pack of roaming dogs can strike fear into any community, often driving people to try extremely inhumane measures such as Read more »
A western gray whale breaching near Piltun Island.
20th September 2013 Anna Fillipova
We are back with the latest and final news update this season from Piltun. Our western gray whale research in north-eastern Read more »
An elephant family group on the banks of Liwonde's Shire River drinking water.
3rd September 2013 Azzedine Downes
At the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW), we recognize we have a special role in bringing together people caring Read more »
Amid debates, agreement surfaces for better animal welfare
30th August 2013 Azzedine Downes
“We as a global society have crossed the Rubicon. We disagree about where to draw the line to protect animal rights, Read more »
The inauguration of this course is very timely. When governments respond to call
20th August 2013 Cynthia Milburn
Looking at the number and range of animals kept as pets around the world it seems that most children, and many adults too, 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