Animal Justice UK e-Magazine
Animal Justice UK provides a forum for sharing information about events and campaigns at universities, courses, academic initiatives, book reviews, media and topical issues. The publication also features articles and guides about animal welfare law, politics and ethics. You can download all past editions of Animal Justice UK below.
WHAT IS ANIMAL JUSTICE UK?
Animal Justice UK is a publication which aims to be a valuable resource for students and academics who are studying, researching or teaching within the areas of law, politics, veterinary science and other related disciplines.
Animal Justice UK acts as a forum for information sharing and features articles and interviews relevant to animal welfare law, politics and ethics. We welcome contributions from students, academics and practitioners. You can download all past editions, and sign up to receive future editions, below.
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Issue 6 December 2018
The latest issue of Animal Justice UK brings its readers a diverse array of articles, news and reviews. Elizabeth Tyson summarises her PhD research into enforcement in English zoos. Harriet Blayney contributes our 'AJUK Investigates' piece on the highly topical subject of plastic pollution and its impact on marine life. Connor Jackson, President of Open Cages, calls on the UK Government to ban the import of fur, and Tiffany Mitchell explores Romania's stray dog management programme. Edie Bowles also brings readers another insightful and inspiring interview, this time with barrister Sean Brunton QC. If that weren't enough, we launch our latest Annual Student Essay Competition for 2019 and include reviews from two highly significant events from 2018: the Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics' Summer School on Animal Law and the Illegal Wildlife Trade Conference.
Download Volume Six below.
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- Spreading the word about Animal Justice UK;
- Writing articles;
- Interviewing professionals;
- Book reviews; and,
- Peer reviews
Plus many more skills you can include on your CV and opportunities to build your connections.
If you would like to get involved please email Natalie Harney at [email protected].
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