We want to congratulate Dr Jane on two big moments this past month. She was a grateful recipient of the Cinema for Peace Honorary Award for her 60-year dedication to scientific endeavour and conservation. Dr Jane is very proud of her role in spreading peace in the world and harmony with nature, as exemplified in her role
In case you missed it, our very own Dr Jane featured in the latest Good Weekend in The Age / Sydney Morning Herald. The article about how “we can put the world on the right track: why Jane Goodall isn’t slowing down” talks of her crusade to save chimpanzees and continued fight for animal rights.
On this day back in 1991, Roots & Shoots was born with a small group of concerned young citizens gathering on Dr Jane’s porch in Tanzania. Today, Roots & Shoots is a global network of young people (from preschool to university) taking action on behalf of animals, people and our shared environment and making a difference in almost
We are of course also on a mission at JGIA: “to inspire actions that connect people with animals and our shared environment”. We are really looking forward to the year ahead and want to extend a special welcome back to school to all of our Roots & Shoots members! We know that the start of
We are thrilled to be accepting applications for our National Youth Leadership Council (NYLC). If you know a young person who wants to make a difference in the world, please let them know that there is still time to apply to be part of our 2018 NYLC. Applications close on February 5 at midnight. They