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The other side of Equine Welfare: Can too much misplaced love lead to obesity and health problems?

When thinking about equine welfare issues, the usual image of neglect or poor condition is that of the underweight and overworked horse or donkey. However there is another side to equine health and welfare that may not be ...

Published: 15 Oct 2014more

Animal Welfare MOOC: Second Running Coming Soon!

The JMICAWE team have been humbled by the overwhelming positive feedback received about our MOOC course that we ran in July this year. The level of engagement was superb and we would like to thank all our hardworking students ...

Published: 14 Oct 2014more

MSc in Applied Animal Welfare and Animal Behaviour: A brilliant start to the new term

Our on-campus MSc programme has got off to a brilliant start this term, and we are delighted to welcome our new and returning students to the new academic year. We now have 35 students enrolled from all corners of the world. Teaching ...

Published: 02 Oct 2014more

Take part in Sentience Mosaic online discussion with JMICAWE team members, 6th October

Considering animal sentience in developing countries: Where are we?Join us on the 6th October 2014 at 11am (UK time)Heather Bacon, Veterinary Welfare Education and Outreach Manager and Hayley Walters, Anaesthesia and Welfare Veterinary ...

Published: 29 Sep 2014more

MSc International Animal Welfare, Ethics and Law: An exciting start to the academic year

We are delighted that we have 38 new students from 13 different countries (spread across all 6 habitable continents) who have enrolled on our MSc IAWEL this year. This brings us to over 100 students currently studying with IAWEL. We ...

Published: 24 Sep 2014more


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