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A monthly podcast bringing you the latest information to help build stronger relationships with our animal companions, enhance training, assist shelter animals, and address other important issues related to animal welfare and training. If you are like us who love, live, and work with animals, this is the show for you! Please enjoy! Please contact us or find more information at Facebook page "Constructional Approach to Animal Welfare and Training" or email us at caawtcontact@gmail.com
 
This continuing education podcast connects CASA volunteers with engaging and relevant training designed to help strengthen advocacy for children and families. Each short, dynamic episode features informative discussions with subject matter experts exploring topics connected to child welfare and practical tips for informed CASA advocacy.
 
Hosted by former Simply Vegan Magazine Editor Holly Johnson and her co-host, yoga teacher Gabriella Clark, every week we take a look at what’s been happening in the vegan world to discuss the great, the good, and what’s been getting our blood boiling. Holly and Gabriella will also be tracking down the latest product releases to try them out on your behalf so they can let you know which ones are worth trekking to the supermarket for. Finally, each week we’ll be joined by a leading figure from ...
 
Perhaps you've heard about pension reform on the news? Multiemployer benefit funds provide retirement, paid sick leave, vacation, and other paid benefits to millions of middle and working-class Americans and retirees, but these funds are complex. Join Traci Dority-Shanklin, the client and union advocate with over 20 years of managing Taft-Hartley funds, as she navigates the complex world of Taft-Hartley and speaks with the experts who help guide these plans. Guests will share the latest deve ...
 
inSocialWork is the podcast series of the University at Buffalo School of Social Work. The purpose of this series is to engage practitioners and researchers in lifelong learning and to promote research to practice, practice to research. inSocialWork features conversations with prominent social work professionals, interviews with cutting-edge researchers, and information on emerging trends and best practices in the field of social work.
 
All My Children Wear Fur Coats with attorney, animal advocate and pet mom Peggy Hoyt is a weekly "pawcast" for pet lovers and their furry kids. Favorite topics include animal rescue and welfare, pet loss and grief, estate planning for pets, pet health and wellness, unique pet products, protecting pets in disasters, and animal communication, just to name a few. With more than 200 guests since its creation, All My Children Wear Fur Coats has something for every pet pet parent and animal lover. ...
 
Interviews with activists, social scientists, entrepreneurs and change-makers about the most effective strategies to expand humanity’s moral circle, with an emphasis on expanding the circle to farmed animals. Host Jamie Harris, a researcher at moral expansion think tank Sentience Institute, takes a deep dive with guests into advocacy strategies from political initiatives to corporate campaigns to technological innovation to consumer interventions, and discusses advocacy lessons from history, ...
 
Zoo Logic with animal trainer, zoo advocate, and ZOOmility author, Dr. Grey Stafford, is a weekly conversation with zoo, aquarium, and animal experts about Nature, wildlife, pets, animal training with positive reinforcement, health and welfare, research, conservation, and education, sustainability, zoo politics, activism and legislation, and all things animals! On Zoo Logic, we’ll go behind the scenes with animal professionals and influencers from around the world to explore the latest Zoos ...
 
PackPeople makes an impact on animals life's. Our dog blog is created to give a deep insight of the work of animal rescue groups, sanctuaries and welfare organizations. Our audio/video interviews with the hardest working animal rescues are unique and highly informative. The mission is to bring dog/animal lovers together, to share, talk, learn, help and network.
 
Animal rights in Aotearoa New Zealand. Animal Matters is SAFE's podcast about all things animal rights and the issues impacting animals in Aotearoa. Will Appelbe discusses the latest current affairs impacting animals, the decisions of policymakers and government, and the complexities that surround the exploitation of animals.
 
If you feel that you are being watched, it may well be that you are. Surveillance is an ever growing feature of 21st century life in countries across the world, raising issues of social justice, security and community. The tracks on this album explore how forms and practices of surveillance reveal the entanglements between welfare, crime and society and the tensions and overlaps between policies aimed at delivering social welfare and those intended to control crime. The material is drawn fro ...
 
SPEAKING FOR AMERICA'S CHILDREN — “On-the-Line” with CWLA, is hosted by Linda Spears, Vice President of Policy and Public Affairs at the Child Welfare League of America (CWLA), is a thought-provoking, interactive Internet based live radio program focusing on subjects, stories and strategies that are of special interest to child welfare policymakers, providers, practitioners and the general public. “On-the-Line” with CWLA, broadcast LIVE on Wednesday’s, 2:00pm – 2:30pm EST features in-depth a ...
 
InFocus advances the latest news stories. Join Host Melissa Ridgen as she puts issues into perspective and provides in-depth analysis. Informational and educational, InFocus provides a detailed examination of the issues affecting our communities.
 
Do you love animals? Celia Kutcher does and she wants to spread that love around. Animal Instinct is all about animal welfare and education, brought to you in a fun and educational setting. Every Monday, Celia interviews a different animal expert from subjects ranging from cruelty-free fashion to helping endangered wildlife species. Her show covers it all. Animal Instinct is about helping animals through a better understanding of them and how they interact with us.
 
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Greyhound racing is being put under a fresh microscope by the government. The Racing Minister has launched a review into how well the sport is cleaning up its act. It comes after a review three years ago found two thousand dogs were either killed or injured over just three seasons, recommending substantial reforms. But some want it to go further th…
 
A federal appeals court struck down some previsions of the Indian Child Welfare Act while upholding others in a complex and sometimes divided 325 page ruling. ICWA advocates express concern about far-reaching implications of the decision by the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals. At the same time, they find some things to cheer. Those working against I…
 
Bridget and Sydney are joined by Jessica Graaf to discuss discrimination against pit bulls, rescuing dogs from dogfighting rings, foster-based rescues versus facility-based rescues, and much more. Topics Include: Breed-specific legislation Dogfighting rings in the South What to do if picking up a stray dog CUDDLY's collaboration with the Philly Bul…
 
On this episode of Knowing Animals, we speak to Dr Bob Fischer. Bob is an Associate Professor in Philosophy at Texas State University and co-director of the Society for the Study of Ethics and Animals. We talk about his book The Ethics of Eating Animals: Usually Bad, Sometimes Wrong, Often Permissible, which was published by Routledge in 2020. This…
 
With the state pension amount increasing this week, and the news that thousands of women may have been wrongly underpaid their state pension, Brenda Kearns, welfare advisor at Age NI discusses these issues and what to do if you are affected. It is the start of the new financial year. Financial advisor Alice Gavin joins Linda to get younger people t…
 
More and more school districts across the country are reopening their doors to students as states start seeing improving COVID-19 infection numbers. Vaccinations help and tribes are among the leaders in vaccine distribution. But teachers, students and parents still remain cautious about the safety of their children and the family members they come …
 
Achta Mahamat Saleh is the Director of Legal Affairs & Compliance Confederation Africaine de Football (CAF). Achta has an impressive and inspiring journey into sports law. Having completed her... In this podcast Sean Cottrell, CEO and founder of LawInSport, interviews leading sports lawyers, business executives, academics and athletes about the lat…
 
Protests against February’s military coup are only growing, even as the army becomes more murderous. The economy is paralysed. What can be done to put the country back together? In Cuba, the end of the Castro-family era is nigh; a new leader inherits a cratered economy and an ambitious vaccine-development effort. And some surprising road-fatality s…
 
Auckland Zoo does not believe its attraction will be diminshed by the loss of its two lions, and the planned departure of its elephants. Earlier this week it says it was forced to make the extremely tough but kindest call to euthanise elderly lions Zulu and Malik on welfare grounds. The half brothers were both suffereing from degenerative bone and …
 
It's curtain call for Rawiri Paratene. Tonight, the Whale Rider star will become the first to tread the boards at the new auditorium of Aotearoa's only independent kaupapa Māori led theatre venue, Te Pou. After overcoming three strokes which left him with language impairment - the actor will bow out of a 50-year career with a show reflecting back o…
 
Exhaustion has forced two of the country's leading female athletes to take a break from their sport, in recent weeks. Silver Ferns captain Ameliaranne Ekenasio will miss the start of the national netball competition - with her coach saying she's exhausted and needs to reset. That news comes hot on the heels of the White Ferns captain Sophie Devine …
 
A bereaved Wellington father has finally received an apology following mental health system failings in the lead up to his 23-year-old son's death. But Wainuiomata's John Carter says that's not enough. Now he's suing health authorities to make sure mental health patients are afforded the rights his son, Christopher, was denied. Nick Truebridge has …
 
Film director James Cameron is defending his decision to graze hundreds of dairy cattle on his farm, despite being an outspoken critic of animal agriculture. Mr Cameron and his wife, environmentalist Suzy Amis Cameron, own about 1500 hectares of land in South Wairarapa, which they are transforming into an organic vege farm. They're big proponents o…
 
Greyhound racing could face a "fundamental" shake-up if its shown to be dragging its feet over animal welfare. And the Minister of Racing can't rule out shutting the industry down altogether. The government has ordered a review of greyhound racing because its not satisfied earlier welfare recommendations have been fully implemented and it says the …
 
The government's priorities are being questioned after it announced it's giving Amazon a $100 million-plus boost to film the Lord of the Rings television series here. Under a Memorandum of Understanding, Amazon will get an extra five percent from the Screen Production Grant - in addition to the 20 percent grant the production already qualifies for.…
 
Harvest Manitoba has been serving the community for more than 35 years, and while it might be best known for its network of food banks across the province, it’s expanded its scope to provide more than food to help Manitobans toward a healthier future. BeCause Radio spoke with Keren Taylor-Hughes, CEO of Harvest Manitoba, to learn more.…
 
Since 1957, A&O Support Services for Older Adults has been been providing innovative programs and services that empower and support older Manitobans, improve their quality of life, and increase connection and social engagement. BeCause Radio spoke with Amanda Macrae, Executive Director of A&O Support Services for Older Adults, to learn more.…
 
There are plenty of warnings about the accuracy of information on publicly-edited online sources like Wikipedia, but those are one of the first places people go to research a topic. The National Museum of the American Indian is hosting a Wikipedia Edit-a-thon. They want to add entries to the public online encyclopedia, specifically on Native women.…
 
Few believe President Joe Biden’s withdrawal plan is wise; it is already prompting allied forces to go. We ask about the risks of that untimely vacuum. Much climate-change angst focuses on carbon dioxide, but addressing sources of methane would be an easy way to slow warming—and even to save money. And Bhutan’s world-beating vaccination drive took …
 
In a plan to stub out smoking by 2025, the government is looking at completely banning the next generation of adults from smoking, with a staged phase out. Selah Hart is kaiwhakahaere of Māori health advocacy group Hāpai te Hauora. She says it is a bold move and she welcomes it, but wants to see Māori and Pacific voices in decision-making.…
 
In a plan to stub out smoking by 2025, the government's looking at completely banning the next generation of adults from smoking, with a staged phase out. On current projections, the government admits it won't meet its Smokefree 2025 goal. So it's asking for feedback on potentially radical ideas. Our political reporter Meriana Johnsen reports.…
 
The police minister says this morning's armed incident in Auckland was a gang conflict between the Mongols and the Headhunters. Poto Williams says she is concerned by an apparent rise in gang tensions. She spoke to reporters in Parliament late this afternoon. Three people are being questioned in relation to the incident.…
 
Darcy Oake is an internationally acclaimed magician, illusionist, and performer, who’s also been a mental health and addictions advocate for about a decade now. Since his brother Bruce lost his battle with addiction in 2011, the entire Oake family has been working towards opening the Bruce Oake Recovery Centre, the first of its kind, in Winnipeg. N…
 
A mental wellbeing programme for primary and intermediate school students will be expanded to five more district health board areas. Mana Ake started in 2018 in Canterbury and Kaikōura, and was a response to the ongoing trauma some tamariki were experiencing following the earthquakes. Now more year 1 to 8 pupils will receive extra help if they're s…
 
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