18 Dec 2014 - News, Volunteer stories
AMRRIC member and supporter, Brooke Kennedy, recently volunteered on a remote dog health program in the Central Desert region. Brooke shares her volunteering experience below.What program did you attend?Central Desert Program: Monday 24th – Friday 28th November 2014
What did you do for the program? I am a University Student doing my Honours year...
18 Dec 2014 - News
Over the past year, with the wonderful help of our generous donors and supporters, AMRRIC’s work has had an enormous positive impact on the health of dogs in remote Indigenous communities and on the wellbeing of their human companions. Please help us continue this work by making a donation.*
Over the last financial year alone, our staff, partners...
5 Nov 2014 - News, Education program news
During August AMRRIC education officers Pritika Desai and Melissa Pepper visted the community of Kalumburu in Western Australia, where the team delivered an exciting program of both school and community education. Kalumbaru is the northernmost community in Western Australia and the Indigenous people living there come from the Wunambal and Kwini ...
30 Oct 2014 - News
The International Companion Animal Management Coaltion, have announced the Second International Conference on Dog Population Management. .
The conference is organised by the ICAM (International Companion Animal Management)coalition with endorsement from the International Governmental Organisations listed above. The ICAM coalition’...
18 Oct 2014 - News, Education program news
During May, AMRRIC and Indigenous Communities Volunteers (ICV) partnered on a project which saw volunteer educator Brooke Connor visit Ali Currung in the Barkly Shire. Brooke tells her story of volunteering in the remote desert community here.
Wow! What an amazing two weeks volunteering with AMRRIC and Indigenous Communities Volunteers (ICV) in...
17 Oct 2014 - News
AMRRIC announces the retirement of Julia Hardaker as CEO and embarks on a search for the next leader of one of Australia’s foremost One Health organisations.
After 7 years as CEO of AMRRIC, Julia Hardaker is amicably leaving the organisation to pursue her next big adventure.
“Julia has been an amazing leader, and has dedicated so much of herself...
29 Sep 2014 - News
If you didn't make it to Darwin for the AMRRIC One Health: Indigenous Community Animal Management Conference, you can access the conference presentations here.
Hear experts from around the world talking about the “One Health” approach to animal health, welfare and management in Indigenous communities.
Animal abuse and psychopathology:...
15 Sep 2014 - News
Experts from around the world will gather in Darwin next week to discuss the “One Health” approach to animal health, welfare and management in Indigenous communities.
This is the 10th annual conference run by Animal Management in Rural and Remote Indigenous Communities (AMRRIC), and will focus on One Health – Indigenous Community Animal Management...
3 Sep 2014 - News
One Health - Indigenous Community Animal Management
Dates: 23-25 September 2014Venue: Darwin, DoubleTree HiltonLIMITED TIME ONLY! Special 2 for 1 Registration deal! Select 2 tickets and use "SPECIAL" as the promotion code to access the discount.
Join us in September 2014 at the 10th Anniversary AMRRIC Conference. We invite you to be a part of...