Are you interested in animal welfare? Do you want to be instrumental in the direction it takes in your country and across the globe? Then don’t miss the International Companion Animal Welfare Conference (ICAWC) 2010.
If you are interested in animal welfare and want to be instrumental in the direction it takes in your country and across the globe, then don’t miss out on the International Companion Animal Welfare Conference (ICAWC) 2010, being held in Prague from November 9-11.
Now in its fourteenth year, ICAWC is the leading conference of its kind and provides a platform where hundreds of delegates working in the field of animal welfare can network, exchange knowledge and gain support from their international contemporaries.
The 2010 ICAWC will be a particularly significant conference as delegates will have the opportunity to work alongside experts and help frame an International Model Law for animal welfare. They can then sign up to this and take it back to their governments and municipalities to use as a tool to get good legislation onto their statute books.
More than 22 international speakers will be presenting on topics such as:
• Animal training and behaviour
• Fundraising techniques
• Neutering and population control
• Volunteer management
• Digital PR, communications and working with the media
ICAWC founder and Dogs Trust chief executive, Clarissa Baldwin OBE, said: “ICAWC is a truly amazing experience for all those who are passionate about making this world a better place for companion animals. This year, delegates will be able to be a part of history as we all input into a Model Law for animal welfare.
“Last year we welcomed delegates from more than 40 countries to the conference and this year we look forward to welcoming even more into the global animal welfare family.”
The conference is to be held at the Hotel Pyramida in Prague, Czech Republic.
The conference registration fee is €50 per delegate. Delegates can register online at www.icawc.org or write to Helen Speake, ICAWC, 17 Wakley Street, London EC1V 7RQ, UK. Alternatively, email email@example.com.