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World Vets eNews - February 2015

Contents: 1) World Vets Teams to Deploy on Civil-Military Missions. 2) "Every Dollar Buys a Collar" Campaign Update. 3) Recruiting Vets for Summer Opportunity in Nicaragua. 4) NEW Arrivals: World Vets... [read more]
World Vets


Animal Production and Health Division e-newsletter 110

Contents: 1) Crunching genomes to boost animal health. 2) Keeping foot-and-mouth disease under control in the Balkans. 3) Promoting research focusing on the needs of smallholder farmers. 4) FAO provides... [read more]
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)


ANAW Annual Report 2014 - Promoting Humane Treatment of All Animals

ANAW’s focus is on promoting humane treatment of all animals. We promote the understanding and appreciation that animals are sentient beings; they have feelings, emotions and respond to psychological and... [read more]
Africa Network for Animal Welfare (ANAW)

Tracy Helman: Effective communication among all parties is crucial for success from FAOcast on Vimeo.

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25 Feb 2015 > Organic farming opinion puts animal welfare into focus
24 Feb 2015 > Government called on to end non-stun slaughter
24 Feb 2015 > ECHR: information on management of stray dogs by public authorities are of general interest and should be freely accessible


26 Mar27 Mar 2015
International conference on pig welfare: “Improving pig welfare – what are the ways forward?
21 Apr21 Apr 2015
The AWIN final conference
10 Jun11 Jun 2015
Workshop on dairy cattle welfare


In countries with high proportion of the population engaged in livestock handling, children's education is crucial to enhance animal welfare