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Wildlife Health Australia celebrates International Day of Women and Girls in Science 2024

Feb, 8 2024 | News Type

Wildlife Health Australia celebrates International Day of Women and Girls in Science 2024

Wildlife Health Australia is celebrating International Day of Women and Girls in Science this Sunday (February 11) by recognising the remarkable scientific contributions made by its impressive array of team members who are individually and collectively, inspirational women in science.

Wildlife Health Australia launches its first Reconciliation Action Plan

Dec, 11 2023 | News Type

Wildlife Health Australia launches its first Reconciliation Action Plan

Wildlife Health Australia (WHA) has launched its first Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP). WHA have worked with Reconciliation Australia to develop its inaugural Reflect RAP, which sets out steps to...
Wildlife Health Australia partners with Aboriginal Artist Lani Balzan

Sep, 6 2023 | News

Wildlife Health Australia partners with Aboriginal Artist Lani Balzan

Wildlife Health Australia is proud to announce the start of the organisation’s commitment to reconciliation with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples with the submission of its...
Launch of WILDeST

Jun, 9 2023 | News

Launch of WILDeST

An essential decision support tool for wildlife and One Health.

National Reconciliation Week 2023

May, 26 2023 | News

National Reconciliation Week 2023

Acknowledging the tens of millennia of stewardship and conservation of Australia’s wildlife by First Nations peoples. 

 

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