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Jun19

Be a Friend to Your Dog Launch

19 Jun 2014 - News, Education program news
AMRRIC Resources in Schools AMRRIC’s educational resources are now linked to the Australian School Curriculum. To mark this achievement, our ‘Be a Friend to Your Dog’ (BAFTYD) package was launched during the 2014 Leaders’ Conference in Darwin. BAFTYD is a culturally rich resource addressing topics of animal health and wellbeing, which is closely...
Jun18

2014 Conference Speakers and Abstracts

18 Jun 2014 - News
See Conference Program See Conference Sponsors See About Conference 2014 Download the AMRRIC 2014 Conference Program Dr Frank Ascione - Scholar in Residence at the University Of Denver Graduate School Of Social WorkDr. Ascione was the inaugural American Humane Endowed Chair, University of Denver Graduate School of Social Work (GSSW) and is...
Jun18

Volunteer Spotlight

18 Jun 2014 - News, Volunteer stories
Earlier in May, 5 AMRRIC volunteers travelled over 1500 kilometres across the Pilbara, visiting 10 remote communities and desexing over 200 animals. Volunteer veterinarian, Michelle Gray, from Ballarat Victoria shares her personal experience and love of volunteering here. “Hello, my name is Michelle and I have a problem. I’m addicted to...
Jun18

IFAW Partners with AMRRIC

18 Jun 2014 - News
AMRRIC is proud to announce our partnership with the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) for this year’s 10th Anniversary AMRRIC Conference. Founded in 1969, IFAW now leads animal protection projects in more than 40 countries, seeking effective solutions for the protection of companion animals, wildlife and livestock. While IFAW maintains...
Jun18

Conference Speakers Revealed

18 Jun 2014 - News
The 10th Anniversary AMRRIC Conference marks a decade of our work with remote Indigenous communities in the areas of dog health and welfare, education and research. The One Health – Indigenous Community Animal Management Conference will bring together those involved in global Indigenous companion animal and community health policy and practice,...
Jun18

AMRRIC 2014 Conference Supporters

18 Jun 2014 - News
See Conference Speakers See Conference Program See About Conference 2014 Download the AMRRIC 2014 Conference Program Thank you to our conference partner IFAW International Fund for Animal Welfare Operational in Australia for over 30 years, the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) saves individual animals, animal populations and habitats...
May25

Welcome to National Reconciliation Week

25 May 2014 - News, Animal management worker program
Welcome to National Reconciliation Week 27 May 2014 to 3 June 2014. Reconciliation is about building better relationships between the wider Australian community and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples for the benefit of all Australians. The theme of NRW2014 is Let's walk the talk. Let's walk the talk to work in partnership with...
May10

Veterinary hero Rosemary Miller volunteers for AMRRIC

10 May 2014 - News, Volunteer stories
During February AMRRIC volunteer Rosemary Miller traveled to three very remote communities in the Central Desert Region of Northern Territory - Yuendumu, Nyirripi and Yuelamu. Rosemary has been a practicing vet for 44 years and has had many experiences working overseas during her career, she has also worked for the RSPCA. Rosemary's great sense of...
May1

Run, walk or skip and fundraise for AMRRIC

1 May 2014 - News
Calling all the runners and walkers to challenge yourself and run as a fundraiser for AMRRIC. All over Australia there are opportunities to run, walk or skip and fundraise at the same time. Our step by step Community Fundraising Guide explains how to get involved and support AMRRIC's work. Here are just some of the events you can participate in -...
Apr9

AMRRIC education resources linked to Australian Curriculum

9 Apr 2014 - News, Education program news
Education Consultant Julie Croft will be introducing Northern Territory education leaders to the Be a Friend to Your Dog (BAFTYD) package on the 9th April, during the 2014 Leaders’ Conference in Darwin.  AMRRIC (Animal Management in Rural and Remote Indigenous Communities) school resources are now linked to the Australian Curriculum. The project...

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