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Animal Education Outreach release their descriptive Information Pack in power point format

category national | education | press release author Saturday May 18, 2013 21:15author by Animal Magic - Animal Education Outreachauthor email animaleducationoutreach at topmail dot ieauthor phone 087 265 1720 Report this post to the editors

Dublin-based Animal Education Outreach gives talks to schools, colleges and universities.

Dublin-based Animal Education Outreach have produced an introduction to its educational work in power point format.

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Animal Education Outreach is an entirely volunteer run organisation working to educate people about human relations with other animals. Our presentation are always well-received, and are age specific (we do not frighten or present inappropriate materials to young children).

Animal Education Outreach produce educational materials for all levels of the Irish education system in accordance with requirements of the education curriculum.

"If you know school teachers or college tutors or lecturers who may be interested in hosting a talk by Animal Education Outreach, please feel free to send them this link to the power point," said Animal Education Outreach spokesperson, Bernie Wright.

Related Link: http://animalrightsireland.blogspot.ie/2013/05/please-s....html
author by Sandra Higgins - Eden Farm Animal Sanctuarypublication date Sat May 18, 2013 21:57Report this post to the editors

It is very heartening to see this type of education being provided in Ireland. Given the extent to which our current society, especially Western society, is based upon the exploitation of non-human animals, and the repercussions of that exploitation on our shared environment and on World Hunger, it seems that an education that tells the truth about our relation to non-human animals is as much a child's right to know as it is the other animal's right that we know and that we act on this knowledge to stop.

Related Link: http://www.edenfarmanimalsanctuary.com
author by Kenpublication date Sun May 19, 2013 21:22Report this post to the editors

This is great to read. It's very much needed. I hope your organisation gets into all the schools in Ireland.

author by Yvonnepublication date Mon May 20, 2013 12:54Report this post to the editors

Its our duty to break the circle of violence and educate the young into a more compassionate way of living

 
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