Agenda for 7th International Sustainable Fur Free Fashion Festival
The agenda for our 2021 Compassion in Fashion Forum – The Fashion Industry’s Future is Fur Free
Friday 7th May 7am UK time (GMT+1)
Caring for Life Curriculum Framework and Guidelines
Caring for Life Education Curriculum Framework and Guidelines gives a general overview of CFL concepts, rationale, guiding principles and the learning structure.
Press release: Global experts call on Chinese Government to revise law to reduce pandemic risk
128 experts in public health, wildlife conservation and other One Health professions write to China’s top law-making body, calling for urgent changes to reduce the risk of another pandemic.
ACTAsia annual report 2019
An overview of our achievements in 2019 across all of our programmes
Programme for 2020 Compassion in Fashion Forum: Sustainability begins with Fur Free
The line-up of speakers and our partners for ACTAsia’s 6th International Sustainable Fur Free Fashion Festival, and background on the motivation behind the event.
Agenda for 6th International Sustainable fur Free Fashion Festival
The agenda for our 2020 Compassion in Fashion Forum: Sustainability begins with Fur Free, held on 3 and 5 September 2020
Humane education can improve environmental behaviours
The effect of humane education on self-reported behaviours addressing environmental issues in China, by William Ellery Samuels, Ph.D. This scientific report demonstrates dramatic improvements to children’s behaviour after a course in Caring for Life Education.
Q&A: coronavirus, China’s wildlife trade and wet-markets
On 24 February 2020, the Standing Committee of the People’s Congress in China passed a decision to ban the consumption of wildlife as food, and the illegal wildlife trade. We bring you some simple Q&A to help separate fact from fiction.
ACTAsia general leaflet
A first introduction to ACTAsia’s mission, goals and ethos.
iCARE launch brochure
ACTAsia launches its online digital platform for Caring for Life Education: iCARE. Launched in collaboration with the Osler-McGovern Centre at the University of Oxford