Links to relevant organizations regarding Animal Ethics – University of Copenhagen

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Links to relevant organizations regarding Animal Ethics

http://www.bioethics.dk

  • CeBRAs (Centre for Bioethics and Risk Assessment) task was to perform and further interdisciplinary research in the crossroads of the humanities, social sciences and biology, in particular about ethics and risk issues in relation to scientifically produced biological knowledge and its applications, hereby also how those questions are handled by society. CeBRA is since 2013 fully embedded in the Department of Food and Resource Economics, University of Copenhagen.

http://www.eursafe.org

  • EurSafe (European Society for Agricultural and Food Ethics) is an independent organisation, which provides a focal point for those who have a professional interest in the ethical issues involved in agriculture and food supply 

http://www.eurofawc.com

  • EuroFAWC (European Forum for Animal Welfare Councils) provides a platform for informed debate, for sharing information and views and a network for members of the Animal Welfare Councils throughout Europe

http://www.fao.org

  • FAO (Food and Agricultural Organization) acts as a neutral forum where all nations meet as equals to negotiate agreements and debate policy. FAOs Animal Production and Health Division (AGA) strives to assist Member countries to take full advantage of the contribution the rapidly growing and transforming livestock sector can make towards achievement of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs)

http://www.thesimpledollar.com

  • The Simple Dollar provides a comprehensive resource to help people not only understand, but to quantify the real cost of pet ownership. This guide identifies common expenses and provides helpful cost management strategies including a calculator to help estimate pet ownership costs.

http://www.ufaw.org.uk

  • UFAW (Universities Federation for Animal Welfare) is an independent registered charity that works to develop and promote improvements in the welfare of all animals through scientific and educational activity worldwide 

http://www.vetschool.bris.ac.uk

  • The Animal Welfare and Behaviour Group, based within the School of Veterinary Science, is a centre of excellence in animal welfare science, influencing national and international agendas, innovating in all aspects from fundamental to applied research, and working with farm, companion, laboratory, zoo and working animals