Articles About Humane Education

Please see the below articles about Humane Education from past editions of the AWI Quarterly Magazine.

Congrats to AWI Scholarship Recipients

AWI extends our congratulations to Hailey Chui (California), Katja Erringer (Oregon), Sage Farrow (Colorado), Lien Ferry (Pennsylvania), Makenna Owens (Florida), Will Smith (Minnesota), Isabell Sydow (Minnesota), and Chloe Quin (Illinois). These are the recipients of...

“A Voice for Animals” Contest Now Open

When the Humane Education Network (HENNET) was founded in the 1970s, young animal activists didn’t have online petitions and social media to connect and quickly spread awareness. They collected signatures in front of grocery stores...

A Voice for Animals Contest

Students, the 29th annual A Voice for Animals Contest is underway! The contest provides you with an opportunity to raise awareness about an animal welfare issue you care deeply about and to offer solutions—maybe even...

A Voice for Animals Contest Is Back

AWI, together with the Humane Education Network, is pleased to announce the 2018 A Voice for Animals Contest. Students age 14–18 are invited to submit essays, photos, or videos that address issues affecting animals around...

Young Activists All In on Animal Protection

In 2009, when Carter and Olivia Ries of Fayetteville, Georgia, were just 8 and 7 years old, they founded One More Generation (OMG) to educate children and adults about the plight of endangered species. They...

Compassion in the Classroom

by Nancy Kellum Brown One of my personal goals every school year is to teach my students about compassion—not just what it is, but how to live compassionately. Compassion is such a great word. It...