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SAFE youth aims to educate kids, in an age appropriate manner, about having compassion for, caring about, and helping animals.
We work towards helping kids think critically, aobut our use of animals for entertainment, experiments, clothing, food and sport, and empowering them to challenge cruel and exploitative practices
Members will be able to contribute to our online blog and share images, as well as receiving SAFE youth news and event invitations.
Animal Bites, the SAFE Youth newsletter, is sent to all primary school libraries for free. We also offer a classroom subscription for teachers interested in the newsletters. If you or your students are interested in these resources, please ask your school library. To order copies for the classroom, please contact us.More info
Safe produces the Animal & Us Series of textbooks for secondary school students. They center on the interactions between humans and non-humans, and promote critical thinking, compassion and empathy.
Designed for the NCEA level 1, 2 and 3 frameworks, these resources are created by educators and peer-reviewed by teachers and academics. They are free for all New Zealand secondary schools, teachers can order copies onlineMore info
SAFE Youth is a group aimed at 8-14-year-olds who know animals’ lives matter and who want to help all animals in New Zealand. SAFE Youth members receive three newsletters a year and get the latest SAFE Youth news. Members can even have their stories and pictures shared on the SAFE Youth website.Become a member