What does YOUR idea of 'done' look like in terms of law that governs the human-animal relationship?...more >>
Is animal welfare important enough to you to buy cage free eggs? What about cage free pigs?
On a scale from 1-10, how much CRITICAL THINKING did you see in the last 7 animal-related articles, worldviews and proposals that you’ve read?
Critical thinking is a process of ‘HOW’ to think, not ‘what’ to think.
Critical thinking is an important element of all professional fields. It’s worth a moment to point out that going through the motions of critical thinking is not the same as demonstrating a genuine capability to think critically. There are IDENTIFIABLE FEATURES OF 'WEAK' CRITICAL THINKING that include, for example, (a)...more >>
In March 2022 England's House of Commons Library produced a report on the Animal Welfare (Sentience) Bill.
You can read the report at https://researchbriefings.files.parliament.uk/documents/CBP-9423/CBP-942...
The ‘Summary’ within that report is revealing for those who recognise how the animal (and its life experience termed ‘welfare’) is caught in a maze...more >>
'Are the current EU animal welfare standards future fit or can we expect further updates'?
That's the opening line of a March 2022 article following the most recent animal welfare legal developments within the EU.
It's a good question. The article continued by pointing out that society is increasingly concerned about animal welfare. There is good reason for that concern given that the inseparable human-animal relationship means that standards of animal law have significant consequences for animals and people....more >>
Eurogroup for Animals has stated they have until September to persuade the European Commission to undertake a complete review of ALL legislation that affects farmed animals in Europe.