One Health is a ten-thousand-year-old view into the future, and can hold the key to health for many generations to come. Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the intimate links between people, animals, and the environment are more apparent than ever.
How can integration of One Health and One Welfare improve your advocacy strategies and strengthen your relationships with Indigenous partners? What are the consequences of ignoring these links? Alison Cuffley from the Jane Goodall Institute of Canada will be providing a One Health framework using two-eyed seeing, and reviewing recent successes (and failures) of implementing the One Health worldview to animal welfare policies in partnership with Indigenous communities and individuals.
One Health / One Welfare: human, animal, and environmental health