We hold the largest and most progressive animal welfare conference in Asia since 2001.
Our previous Conferences
Conference host organizations:
2023 ~ Sarawak Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
2021 ~ Federation of Indian Animal Protection Organisations, Blue Cross of India
2019 ~ VShine Animal Protection Association
2017 ~ Jane Goodall Institute - Nepal
2015 ~ Sarawak Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
2014 ~ Animal Concerns Research & Education Society
2011 ~ Animals Asia Foundation
2010 ~ Animal Concerns Research & Education Society
2007 ~ Blue Cross of India
2005 ~ Animal Concerns Research & Education Society
2003 ~ Animals Asia Foundation, Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Hong Kong
2001 ~ Philippine Animal Welfare Society
Asia for Animals Conference 2023
Education and Engagement Bring Change
Our 2023 Conference ‘EDUCATION AND ENGAGEMENT BRING CHANGE’ was hosted by Sarawak SPCA in Kuching in October this year.
We will soon share more news about the Conference, such as photos, videos and highlights of the event! Visit the Conference's page for more information.
Asia for Animals Virtual 3D Conference 2021
For A Better Tomorrow, Together
The pandemic has changed lives and lifestyles, prompting us to unlearn and relearn many aspects of life, including our interactions with each other and other living beings sharing the earth with us.
Despite the challenges COVID-19 has presented us with, we continue to serve as the voice of the voiceless, and are pleased to announce the AfA Conference 2021 on the theme: For A Better Tomorrow, Together, hosted by FIAPO and BCI.
Asia for Animals Conference 2019
Using Laws Creatively to Protect Nonhuman Animals
Animal cruelty should be confronted by all means, particularly through laws - laws that address animal cruelty directly and laws that do not seem related.
Asia for Animals Conference 2017
Changing Human Behaviour
Most animal suffering is caused by humans doing, or not doing, something. The way we treat animals, the products we buy and the entertainment we seek can all cause suffering. To help animals, we must change the hearts and minds of humans. But changing human behaviour is not as simple as telling or showing people that animals suffer. And raising awareness of the needs of animals, through education, will not necessary lead to behavior change.
Asia for Animals Conference 2015
Partnerships Breed Success
The conference aims to provide a platform for those working on animal welfare and wildlife management in this region to network, exchange ideas and build lasting collaborations. By sharing experiences, information and technology, delegates are therefore able to develop practical and viable strategies to address the key challenges related to animal welfare and wildlife management particularly in developing countries.