I see hope in two organizations: the diocese of New Westminster's environmental unit and Britain's Anglican Society for the Welfare of Animals.
What does ASWA stand for?
ASWA stands for Anglican Society for the Welfare of Animals (UK)
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We have 24 other meanings of ASWA in our Acronym Attic
- Azimuthal Surface Wave
- Attack Sensing, Warning and Response
- Advanced Social Worker in Gerontology
- Antisubmarine Warfare - Standoff Weapon
- Antisubmarine Warfare/Search & Rescue
- Antisubmarine Warfare/Undersea Warfare (US Navy)
- Abnormal Slow Wave Activity (human brain health)
- Agencies for South West Accommodation (Australia)
- Algemene Stichting Welzijn Appingedam (Dutch: Appingedam General Welfare Foundation; Netherlands)
- American Society of Women Accountants
- Anthropological Society of Western Australia
- Australian Severe Weather Association (est. 1998)
- Alamo Silver Wings Airborne Association (San Antonio, TX)
- Alberta Status of Women Action Committee (est. 1975; Canada)
- Anti-Submarine Warfare Advisory Committee
- Antisubmarine Warfare Air Control Ship
- Anti-Submarine Warfare Aircraft Control Unit
- Association for the Study of the Worldwide African Diaspora (New York, NY)
- American Society of Women Accountants Educational Foundation
- Asian Shipping and Work Boat (professional conference)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Animal padre Rev James Thompson from Holywell will be among the group, which includes Christians Against All Animal Abuse, Quaker Concern For Animals, the Vegeratian Society, the Vegetarian International Voice For Animals, People For The Ethical Treatment Of Animals and the Anglican Society For The Welfare Of Animals.
The call came from the chief of staff to the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Rt Rev Richard Llewellin, the Bishop of Lambeth, at the annual service of the Anglican Society for the Welfare of Animals in Tonbridge, Kent.