On Tuesday 14 March, the European Parliament voted overwhelmingly in favour of a report put forward by MEP Julie Girling that outlined a demand for improved welfare standards for seven million horses, donkeys and mules.
U.K. equine welfare charities Brooke, The Donkey Sanctuary, SPANA and World Horse Welfare today announce their first formal coalition.
It’s International Women’s Day on 8 March and to celebrate we are sharing a heart-warming video showing the life changing work of one woman, teacher and leader of the Kiamanyeki Primary School Donkey Care Club in Kenya, Monicah Gichira.
Global working horse and donkey charity Brooke has today launched an appeal to save vulnerable donkeys living in drought stricken Kenya.
13 February is World Radio Day. A day dedicated to the celebration of the wonder of radio.
For many of us the concept of a life without radio is inconceivable, it would mean not listening to the latest songs, our regular programmes or our favourite DJs but in developing countries a radio can be a lifeline and a crucial way of implementing change.
This April veterinary surgeons, Carolyne Crowe and Brian Faulkner, are running an astonishing 10 marathons in 10 days, in extreme locations across the British Isles, to raise money for a cause close to their hearts, Brooke – Action for working horses and donkeys.
Head of Evidence and Research, Melissa Upjohn, and Senior Welfare Advisor, Kimberly Wells, identify the challenges in obtaining informed consent in low- and low-middle-income countries.
On February 2 Brooke hosted their #ProudToBeBrooke Supporter Day, an event inviting the charity’s friends and ambassadors to share in our recent success and hear about our upcoming plans to help find solutions to major issues facing donkeys, horses and mules.
On 23 January Brooke launched Brick Kiln Week, an online campaign to raise awareness of the dangers of South Asia’s brick kilns on working equines, people and the environment.
A new report, launched at a high level regional policy event in Nepal, 26-27 January 2017, will for the first time highlight the challenges of South Asia’s brick making industry by looking at human labour, working animal welfare, and the environment together.