Red Shed launches to educate children on Animal Welfare.
Online PR News – 04-October-2021 – Dublin, Ireland – Today is World Animal Day - 04 October 2021 - kicking off World Animal Week. Red Shed is the upcoming Children’s Education Format for Animal Welfare.
It launches today on World Animal Day, 04 October 2021, to begin its work of creating online and offline education materials for children to learn about Animal Welfare and Care.
In line with the recently commissioned EU Report on Animal Welfare, it found over 64% of people are concerned with animal welfare and rights; thus Red Shed will work alongside many local animal rescue centres globally in producing content and courses around animal well-being.
‘Red Shed’ Meaning:
In all sanctuaries or rescue centres, there is a dedicated area for new arrivals of animals that are in need of immediate attention and care.
To simplify it for children, we will call this ‘The Red Shed’.
Red - Representing the universal colour for medical care/red cross.
Shed - To represent a safe haven to get better - like a ‘little animal’ hospital that children can identify with.
Beginning with a series of illustrated books, Red Shed will design and develop interactive games and activities to educate children on best animal practice
Climate Change and Animals - Children
The focus will be to teach children about the importance of work carried out in Animal Welfare Centres, including a section around climate change and the impact on animals in Ireland.
By raising awareness on the status of animals and how children can get involved in their care, Red Shed will help children understand the role they play in animal rights and their welfare.