SYMPOSIUM – Living with(out) Animals: Nonhuman Ethics for the 21st Century

A half-day symposium to be held on the 22nd of October, 2012
University of Sydney, Australia – Darlington Centre Conference Room 12:30-5:00pm
Free Admission

Confirmed speakers include:

  • Jan Deckers (University of Newcastle UK) – “Why everyone should support the vegan project, both up there & down under”
  • Rob Irvine (University of Sydney) – “What is this thing called Animal Ethics?”
  • John Hadley (University of Western Sydney) – “What’s the use of animal rights extremism? Violence on behalf of nonhuman animals in liberal democratic states”
  • Jane Johnson (Macquarie University) – “The Vulnerability of nonhuman animals: Implications for Animal Ethics”
  • Chris Degeling (University of Sydney) – “Future frontiers: Animal human conflict & infectious disease”   

All Welcome but places are limited. If you wish to attend please register by email at: chris.degeling@sydney.edu.au

Presented by the Centre for Values, Ethics and the Law in Medicine & the Human Animal Research Network University of Sydney