2021 Fall Newsletter

Find below the third issue of Animal Law Europe’s newsletter, which covers July – September 2021.

Welcome to our third quarterly newsletter!

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Research Brief

This quarter’s research note is about “Animals in EU Agricultural Policy, » as the European Parliament is slated to adopt the reform of EU’s agricultural policy, the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP). This research note explores the different measures in the CAP that improves the enforcement of animal welfare regulations, and the subsidies supporting and undermining animal protection.

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Coming Up!

Animal Law Europe founder Alice Di Concetto will be speaking at a series of events this month, most of which are free and online. More information can be found in the news section of Animal Law Europe’s website, on Animal Law Europe’s Twitter feed, and in the events section below.

Special news

Alice Di Concetto has been named a “Global Ambassador” for animal law by Lewis & Clark Law School’s Center for Animal Law Studies. This prestigious distinction includes a generous grant which will allow this newsletter to remain free, in addition to funding other exciting projects.

Alice was also quoted in a recent Vox article entitled “The worst horrors of factory farming could soon be phased out in Europe.”

And finally, sign up for the launch event of the Coller Animal Law Forum (CALF), a global database of laws and policies that impact farmed animals. By categorizing and analyzing numerous legal instruments that contribute to the phasing out of industrial farm animal production, CALF is sure to be an essential resource for policymakers, parliamentarians, academics and advocates. Animal Law Europe is proud to have collaborated with the Jeremy Coller Foundation in the building of this important database.

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