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EWG Minutes and Resources

EWG Terms of Reference May 2011 (pdf)

EWG Work plan May 2011 (pdf)

EWG Letter to Directors Dec 2011 (pdf)


EWG Newsletters

EWG Newsletter Feb 2015 (pdf)

EWG Newsletter Sept 2014 (pdf)


EWG Newsletter May 2014 (pdf)


EWG Newsletter Sept 2013 (pdf) 

 

Meeting Minutes

EWG Minutes Nov 2016 (pdf) - ZSL London Zoo

EWG Minutes Jun 2016 (pdf)
- ZSL London Zoo

EWG Minutes Mar 2016 (pdf)- ZSL London Zoo

EWG Minutes Nov 2015 (pdf)
- Chester Zoo- ZSL London Zoo

EWG Minutes March 2015 (pdf)
- ZSL London Zoo

EWG Minutes Dec 2014 (pdf)
- ZSL London Zoo

EWG Minutes Jul 2014 (pdf)
- ZSL London Zoo

EWG Minutes Mar 2014 (pdf)
 
- Chester Zoo

EWG Minutes Jul 2013 (pdf)
- ZSL, London Zoo

EWG Minutes Mar 2013 (pdf) - Chester Zoo

EWG Minutes Nov 2012 (pdf) - ZSL, London Zoo

EWG Minutes Jul 2012 (pdf) - ZSL, London Zoo

EWG Minutes May 2012 (pdf) - Workshop, Chester Zoo

EWG Minutes Mar 2012 (pdf) - ZSL, London Zoo

EWG Minutes Dec 2011 (pdf) - ZSL, London Zoo

EWG Minutes Sep 2011 (pdf) - ZSL, London Zoo

EWG Minutes May 2011 (pdf) - ZSL, London Zoo

EWG Minutes Feb 2011 (pdf) - ZSL, London Zoo


Additional Resources 

QBA work at Twycross (pdf)
Poster presented at the International Society for Applied Ethology Conference Feb 2012

BIAZA Elephant Audit 2010  - Executive Summary (pdf) 

Using Science to Understand Zoo Elephant Welfare (pdf)
Executive summaries of the findings of US elephant welfare research, 2013  




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