The Animal Welfare Collaborative (TAWC) is a society-driven network of individuals, organisations, and companies working together to improve animal welfare.

The Animal Welfare Collaborative (TAWC) is a society-driven network of individuals, organisations, and companies working together to improve animal welfare.

We all care about animals and want the best lives possible for them.

Animal Welfare Snapshots

Presentations by: Dr. Kirsty Richards,  with commentaries by Mr. Andrew Davis Prof. Culum Brown Talulah Gaunt   Watch them all here Register …

presents Farm Animal Welfare Certification featuring Presentation by: Talulah Gaunt, Manager – RSPCA Approved on RSPCA Approved Farming Scheme Watch here Register …

A selection of animal welfare news from around the world Brought to you by Please note that the articles below do not …

presents Marine animals and their welfare featuring Presentation by: Professor Culum Brown, Macquarie University on Fish cognition: Implication for welfare Watch here …

A selection of animal welfare news from around the world Brought to you by Please note that the articles below do not …

presents the first session of TAWC Talks on The human-animal relationship featuring Presentation by Dr. Kirsty Richards from SunProk Group Followed by …

TAWC Talks

TAWC Talks: Farm animal welfare certification

TAWC Talks: Marine animals and their welfare

TAWC Talks: The human-animal relationship

TAWC News

Professor Mark Hutchinson is the Director of CNBP Science, President at Science & Technology Australia and TAWC Executive Team member. Professor Hutchinson will be addressing the National Press Club on Wednesday, 2 March 2022.

Event Highlights from Animal Welfare Horizons 2021: Virtual event The Animal Welfare Collaborative (TAWC) held its biennual conference, the Animal Welfare Horizons …

TAWC's first Collaborative Project, called the Daylight Project, is aimed at improving transparency around animal use.

The Animal Welfare Collaborative (TAWC) was officially inaugurated at Animal Welfare Horizons on December 4th in Brisbane.

The constructive dialogue had during the Animal Welfare Summit in April has inspired us to start working on our revised Strategic Plan.

On April 9th 2019, we held our inaugural Animal Welfare Summit in Sydney to discuss the foundation and shaping of The Animal Welfare Collaborative.

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TAWC Crisis Awareness Network

The COVID-19 Animal Welfare Response Reference Group (COVAWRRG) was established in March 2020 and involved more than 34 organisations...

Daylight Project

One of TAWC’s first undertakings as a collaborative network was the Daylight Project, the goal of which is to provide information that is of value to society in raising awareness...

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