Animal welfare, science and jurisdiction Three judgments on the way

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Pisa, Italy

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April 16th at 15:00 in your time zone

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What is animal welfare?

This meeting will discuss what is meant by sustainable animal husbandry between science and jurisdiction. The following speakers will participate and give presentations:
-F. Albisinni – Universitas Mercatorum – Sentient beings, animals and humans: new paradigms and new protagonists
-MC. Tallacchini – University of Piacenza – Animal welfare between sciences, values and European policies
-M. Mele – University of Pisa – The protection of the welfare of domestic animals: the scientific evidences
-L. Paoloni – University of Molise – Animal welfare and sustainable supply chain
-F. Traisci – University of Molise – Specism and antispecism in the protection of animal welfare
-A. Di Lauro – University of Pisa – Religion of food: which normativity for animal welfare?
-A. Palmieri – University of Molise – “De esu carnium”. The ritual slaughter between animal welfare and religious minorities protection
-R. Saija – University of Reggio Calabria – “Conformed” practice of hunting: an oxymoron?
-F. Celentano – University of Bari – Animal Welfare, Science and Law in the International and European Perspective

The following speakers will also participate: A. Jannarelli – University of Bari, P. Borghi – University of Ferrara, I. Canfora – University of Bari, A. Artom – Court of Milan, L. Costato – University of Ferrara.

Event realized with the collaboration of AIDA – Italian Association of Food Law

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