Forthcoming animal welfare events

22nd April 2021 to 23rd April 2021

  Registration is now open for the following AWRN-funded Workshop being organised by Wanda McCormick (Hartpury University), Simon Sneddon (University of Northampton) and Helen Tedds (University of Northampton).   ENGAGING WITH RELEVANT...

28th April 2021

"The Humane Slaughter Association (HSA) is holding a webinar to discuss the use of local or mobile slaughter facilities on Wednesday 28th April entitled Slaughter of livestock – keeping it close to home from 3 pm to 5.30 pm BST. This event is free...

17th June 2021 to 19th June 2021

The mission of the “First International Virtual Meeting of Forensic Animal Sciences” is to create a virtual meeting point between current and future professionals committed to serving the public by advancing the ethical and professional practice of...

29th June 2021 to 30th June 2021

Following the success of our 2020 virtual conference, UFAW’s 2021 conference – ‘Recent advances in animal welfare science VIII’ will also be a free to attend online event, held on 29-30th June 2021. Our planned meeting which was to be held in...

2nd August 2021 to 6th August 2021

Theme: Developing animal behaviour and welfare: Real solutions for real problems ISAE 2021 is going online in 2021, while maintaining the overall theme and scientific themes that were foreseen for the congress in Bangalore, India! The congress will...

16th August 2021 to 19th August 2021

8th International Conference on the Assessment of Animal Welfare at Farm and Group Level We are living in a time of significant global challenges and changes. Improving animal welfare can help in tackling many of these, so the science of animal...

15th September 2021

The 2021 Discussion Forum will take place on Wednesday 15th September, at One Great George Street.  Theme: Protecting animal welfare in a changing world Sessions include: Innovation and overtreatment – does the desire to innovate compromise...

7th October 2021 to 9th October 2021

“Anthropomorphism – Where can it take us?” Abstract submission is now open.