The festival aims to celebrate and strengthen democratic relations between European nations, organisations, and citizens, and will be centered around the seven themes of Business, Climate, Culture, Democracy, Foreign Policy, Health, and Technology.
The CARE Conference connects animal advocates from all across Europe, most notably Eastern Europe and neglected regions. Our Farm Animals Programme Officer Maya Cygańska will be speaking about how animal advocates can engage with EU Institutions.
The symposium aims to address the inconsistencies in the prevention, protection, and rescue of non-human animals from wars, and natural and anthropogenic disasters. Eurogroup for Animals will speak on lessons learned from Ukraine regarding companion, farm and wild animals.
This event brings together politicians, law enforcement authorities and representatives from NGOs to discuss key aspects of law enforcement of animal welfare legislation in the EU Member States. Separate sessions focus on enforcement issues in illegal trade of animals and during animal transport.
Hosted by Eesti Loomakaitse Selts, the conference aims to share experiences and knowledge on an international level to improve the competence of all animal welfare workers and and broaden the perspective of those interested in the field.
Taking place at the 9th International Conference on Animal-Computer Interaction, the aim of this workshop is to explore the usefulness and applicability of Animal-Computer Interaction animal-centred research ethics beyond the field’s remit and develop an animal-centered approach to the use of animals in research.
In this age of accelerating climate and biodiversity emergencies, radical reform of the global food system is needed. This conference will provide a platform for experts to share solutions for how we can transform our food and farming systems for better human, animal and planetary health.