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Monday, May 13th, 2013

Moving Forward With A New Team!

3rd April marked our last meeting for the semester, and a new start as the present committee hands over PEACE to a new team! Joys, outgoing President, first highlighted our achievements for the semester- 3 animal shelter volunteering trips, a puppy mill campaign (talk & road show) in collaboration with Humane Society Singapore as well as fundraising [...]

Tuesday, April 2nd, 2013

Puppy Mill Talk & Road Show- Summary!

Hello to all animal-lovers! Missed our recent puppy mill campaign talk and road show? Here’s a summary of the event! The talk titled ‘How Much Is The Doggy In The Window’  was conducted by NUS PEACE Communications Director, Audrey Tan. It was commenced with a brief introduction of NUS PEACE and Humane Society Singapore, our [...]

Wednesday, March 27th, 2013

How Much Is That Doggy In The Window-28 March 2013

Hello animal lovers! Following up from our animal shelter visits from January to March, NUS PEACE will bring you a talk titled ‘How Much Is That Doggy In The Window’, a collaboration initiative with Humane Society Singapore (HSS).  Do you know the source of the cute little puppies that you see in pet shops? Or, [...]

Saturday, March 23rd, 2013

How Much Is That Doggy In The Window, 28 March 2013-VENUES UPDATED!

HELLOOOO! I am sure all of you are as excited as us for our upcoming event, How Much Is That Doggy In The Window Talk & Roadshow. Do note that the venues are updated as below: Date: 28 March 2013 Venue for talk: LT14, Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences (1-2PM) Venue for roadshow: Central [...]

Tuesday, February 5th, 2013

A Meaningful Weekend @ Mdm Wong’s Shelter & Animal Lovers’ League, 26 & 27 January

Our first visits to the animal shelters had ended successfully! Even though it’s not an easy work, I believed that all of our participants had a fun and meaningful experience over the weekends. And we would love to share with you about the exciting bits that took place in the shelters! Mdm’s Wong Shelter, 26 [...]

Sunday, October 28th, 2012

Directions to NUS PEACE/Project WILD Ivory Trade Talk on 31 October!

Hello fellow animal-lovers! Have you signed up for our Ivory Trade Talk? If you have not done so, REGISTER NOW @! For those who are not familiar with NUS campus, here are some directions to help you to get to the venue! 1. Take NUS free Shuttle Bus A1 from Kent Ridge MRT and alight at [...]

Tuesday, October 16th, 2012

Ivory Trade Talk, 31 October 2012 @NUS LT9/10

Elephant Ivory: To ban or not to ban. Although elephants are protected from trade, they are still being poached for their tusks, which are used to make ivory products such as ornaments and accessories. Elephants that are killed for their tusks die a horrific death. Poachers often use chainsaws to hack their faces off in order to remove the tusks. [...]

Thursday, October 4th, 2012

World Animal Day, 4th October

World Animal Day is celebrated annually on 4th October. Having its origins in 1931, it was started at a convention of ecologists in Florence as a way to highlight the plight of endangered species.  October 4 was initially chosen as the World Animal Day as it is the Feast Day of St Francis of Assisi, the [...]

Tuesday, August 7th, 2012

Registration for NUS PEACE Animal Welfare Symposium 2012!

  Calling out to all animal lovers! Want to join us in discussion of animal welfare issues? Would like to be learn more on issues like rescue work, rehabilitation of rescued animals as well as responsible care and pet ownership for animals? We welcome you to join us at NUS PEACE Animal Welfare Symposium 2012 [...]

Wednesday, May 30th, 2012

U@live: Louis Ng, Speaking Up For The Voiceless, 23 May 2012

Mr. Louis Ng, the director of ACRES (Animal Concerns Research and Education Society), was invited to give a talk at U@live, on his journey of animal welfare and protection. NUS PEACE attended the talk and it was indeed an inspirational one! In his 10 minutes presentation, he mentioned about his experiences which acted as the [...]