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Thanks for sharing and interesting to read. Conversely it would be really interesting to know more about the costs of managing the care of these seized animals, in some instances life time care as rehab and release may not be possible, so that these costs can be better understood and added to funding pots for these facilities
@Kay Farmer and @Katie Heffner : perhaps that the above is of interest to you? Which term do you generally use or recommend to use in this context?
I have been following this discussion here and elsewhere. ASAP is based on on a formalised partnership system so uses the term 'partners' and does not use the term beneficiaries. I have seen some organisations use the term 'partner' more loosely. Also some organisations use 'stakeholder' but again there I know there are problems with that word as well. I also recently listened to a discussion about moving away from the term 'in the field' and this is also included in the BONDF document https://www.bond.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/Bond_Decoloinising-and-depoliticising_updated-2022.pdf