News

Keep up-to-date with the latest activities of UFAW including announcements about UFAW Awards open for application and the latest book releases.



UFAW’s LINK Scheme continues to grow

29 September 2017

Over the last twelve months, UFAW has continued to grow its outreach programme of University LINKS, which now number close to 100.


Annual Report highlights range of projects supported

26 September 2017


10th World Congress on Alternatives and Animal Use in the Life Sciences

26 September 2017

UFAW’s Senior Scientific Programme Manager Dr Huw Golledge recently travelled to Seattle to attend the 10th World Congress on Alternatives and Animal Use in the Life Sciences.


UFAW marks Remember a Charity Week

14 September 2017

Every year, more and more people like to leave a gift to charity in their Will.  Most of our funds come from the generosity of our members and supporters; but it’s a little known fact that gifts in Wills are actually our most vital source of income.  Charitable legacies are the foundation for causes like ours and are vital in continuing our work to improve animal welfare.  Even a small amount can make a big difference.



UFAW’S Symposium well received

17 August 2017

UFAW’S international symposium was held at Royal Holloway from 27th to 29th June and welcomed over 240 delegates from 26 countries.  Attending were leading scientists, veterinary surgeons, policy makers and others interested in animals and their welfare. 


UFAW Gifts

26 July 2017

The updated range of UFAW gifts and cards has proved extremely popular with bags, brollies, pens and pads selling like the proverbial hot cakes. 


UFAW supports project to enrich the lives of captive elephants in Thailand

7 June 2017

UFAW is one of the supporters of a workshop project in Thailand aimed at improving the welfare of elephants living in captivity in Thailand and elsewhere in Southeast Asia.


Changes to UFAW symposium 2017 speaker line-up

5 June 2017

Sadly Professor Jaak Panksepp (Washington State University, USA) - who was due to give a keynote talk at the symposium - has recently passed away after a short illness.