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A single access point for a wide range of information related to the welfare of farm animals. A participatory platform to retrieve and submit information, as well as to engage in commonly developed projects and thematic discussions.

Education and training opportunities

HSA Animal Welfare Research Training (PhD) Scholarship 2015

The Humane Slaughter Association (HSA) is inviting applications for an award of up to £110,000 to fund the PhD of a promising veterinary or science graduate. [read more]
Humane Slaughter Association (HSA)

Newsletters

World Vets eNews - September 2014

Contents: 1) World Vets Volunteers Impact Animal Lives in Peru: Trixie the street dog. 2) World Vets Latin America Veterinary Training Center Starts Pilot Internship Program. 3) World Vets Textbook... [read more]
World Vets

Scientific and technical papers

Drivers for animal welfare policies in Africa

Livestock in Africa represent on average 30% of the agricultural gross domestic product (GDP) and about 10% of the national GDP. Up to 300 million people depend on livestock for... [read more]
M. Molomo, T. Mumba

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

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01 Oct 2014 > UK animal welfare organisation targets poultry sector
01 Oct 2014 > Lithuania legalises non-stun slaughter
01 Oct 2014 > Heinz: One More Food Giant Strengthens Plans to Phase Out Battery Cages

 

08 Oct09 Oct 2014
Workshop on dairy cattle welfare
13 Oct14 Oct 2014
Improving animal welfare: a practical approach
24 Oct24 Oct 2014
CALLISTO Open Seminar

 

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