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ANIMAL ABUSE

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Just a bunch of Animal Lovers against Animal Abuse

Just a bunch of Animal Lovers against Animal Abuse

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    • 1. ANIMAL ABUSE
    • 2. INTRODUCTION Animal abuse is the crime of inflicting physical pain, suffering or death on an animal Source: LAWS OF MALAYSIA ACT 647, ANIMAL ACT 1953 PART IV
    • 3. A Tip of AB in Malaysia
    • 4. By JOSEPHINE LEE BI12110059 SOLUTION TO ANIMAL ABUSE EDUCATION
    • 5. Definition:- Any process, eitherformal orinformal, that shapes the potential of a maturing organism (Dictionary.com)
    • 6. Types of Education  Formal education Formal learning is the learning that occurs in an organised and structured environment & is explicitly designated as learning (in terms of objectives, time or resources). Formal learning is intentional from the learner’s point of view. It typically leads to validation and certification.  Non-formal education Non-formal learning is a learning which is embedded in planned activities not always explicitly designated as learning but contains an important learning element. Non-formal learning is intentional from the learner’s point of view.  Informal education Informal learning means a learning resulting from daily activities related to work, family or leisure. It is not organised or structured in terms of objectives, time or learning support. Informal learning is mostly unintentional from the learner’s perspective. Source: Cedefop, (2009), European Guidelines for Validating Non-formal and Informal Learning,Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, ISBN 978-92-896-0602-8
    • 7. Channels  Parents “Children See, Children Do”  Teachers “A teacher affects eternity; he can never tell where his influence stops.” – Henry Adams  Mass media “Social Media presents a huge opportunity for schools, universities and other educational organizations to reach out and connect with students and prospective students.” –Jon Russell  Friends “Education is the best friend. An educated person is respected everywhere. Education beats the beauty and the youth.” -Chanakya
    • 8. “Children See, Children Do”
    • 9. A gentle reminder for all of us: Human are not superior to any species, every living thing have the equal right to walk on this planet earth, we must respect others like how we want others to respect us
    • 10. By AMANDA JENKINS BG12110015 SOLUTION TO ANIMAL ABUSE NGOs
    • 11. Non-Profit Organizations (NGOs)  Define as a group organized for purposes other than generating profit.  Promote animal welfare – care and promotion.  Relies on corporate sponsorship, fundraising events and voluntary donations for its income.
    • 12. Types of NGOs in Malaysia :  Save A Stray  MIAR  SPCA  MDDB  ANIMAL RESCUE CHASE  PAWS  HOPE  SCRATCH
    • 13. Mission Statement  The Animal Centre is dedicated to promoting balanced, respectful and enriched relations between people and pets through graduate and post-graduate programs for aspiring animal behaviorists; continuing behavioral education for shelter personnel, trainers, veterinarians, and other animal professionals and the provision of practical, humane advice on pet behavior for owners. - SPCA -
    • 14. How can NGOs help ?  Animal Inspectorate - work closely with police and courts as well as the Department of Veterinary Services in prosecution of those who abuse or neglect animals.
    • 15.  Humane Education Programme - initiate to visit students, give presentation, educational packs on animal abuse,tour around animal centre,etc.  Mission help - volunteering
    • 16. By LIM YEE FANG BI12160239 SOLUTION TO ANIMAL ABUSE MASS MEDIA
    • 17. Mass Media  The means of communication that reaches large numbers of people in a short time (mass communication) - (Harper Collins, 2003). Three common types of media technologies: 1) Broadcast media 2) Print media 3) Web media
    • 18. Roles of Mass Media  To entertain, educate, enlighten and inspire audiences  To reach out to the people and equip them with information  Promote greater social awareness on animal abuse (eg. Animal Planet)  Should be properly filtered before being broadcasting to avoid the transmission of wrong perception or message
    • 19. Roles of Mass Media (continue)  Lifestyle development  Now, everything is easily accessible via the internet without the limitation of geographical boundary  Social networking site and the usage of smart phones help the widespread of social awareness
    • 20. Video to Promote Social Awareness on Animal Abuse
    • 21. By CHONG YEW HONG BI12110026 SOLUTION TO ANIMAL ABUSE LAW
    • 22. Why Animal Law Protection  Ancient civilization showed a large interest in wild animals and displayed them as symbols of power, strength leads to the animal abuse.  Mankind taken the lives of these poor helpless and voiceless animals for granted.  For example : ivory, antlers, leather, shark fin.
    • 23. Law Definition and Types Law is the principles and regulations establish in a community by some authority and applicable to its people, whether in the form of legislation or of custom and policies recognized and enforced by judicial decision. Law - Written Law (Animal Act 1953, Animal Welfare Bill 2012 in Malaysia) - Unwritten Law
    • 24. Written Law Written laws are laws which have been enacted in the constitution or in legislation. Any person who: Overworks, tortures, torments, deprives of necessary food, drink, or shelter, cruelly beats, mutilates, or cruelly kills an animal is guilty of a misdemeanor or felony. For example: People forced animals to fight to the death and some cultures violent practices, such as Spain’s Bullfighting, became traditions that still take place today.
    • 25. Unwritten Law Unwritten laws are laws which are not contained in any statutes and can be found in case decisions. This is known as the common law or case law. For example: A neighbour keeps his dog on a cable day and night in the backyard. As long as the dog has food, water, and shelter, this does not fall within the legal definition of cruelty.
    • 26. Unwritten Law Unwritten laws are laws which are not contained in any statutes and can be found in case decisions. This is known as the common law or case law. For example: A neighbour keeps his dog on a cable day and night in the backyard. As long as the dog has food, water, and shelter, this does not fall within the legal definition of cruelty.
    • 27. “Law Teasers” • The horse in the neighboring field stands in the wind and rain all day. – As long as the horse has food, water, and a place to stand up, and can turn around and lie down in an area not covered in water, this does not fall within the legal definition of cruelty. • A neighbor is shooting cats with a pellet gun. – This is at least a misdemeanor and may be charged as a felony.
    • 28.  If a situation is unhealthy for an animal, but does not fall within the legal definition of animal abuse, approach the owner and suggest different approaches to how they treat their pet.  Report details so that Animal Control can investigate.  Ask other witnesses to also report.  Do not wait until an animal's life is in danger.  If you suspect abuse, document it and report it to law enforcement(JPHN – Jabatan Perkhidmatan Haiwan Negeri).
    • 29. True Clothing “SUPPLIER”
    • 30. IT’S TIME FOR A CHANGE
    • 31. Heart-to-Heart Session “Questions & Answers”

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