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Controversies and Collaboration: Moving Toward Consensus in Animal Welfare
UFAW Indo-Pacific Asia Online Workshop 2022

Online Event: December 6-8, 2022

Contact us  events@ufaw.org.uk

In December 2022, UFAW hosted a free online workshop to facilitate discussion and collaboration on controversial animal welfare topics. The workshop was scheduled to suit Indo-Pacific Asia region time zones, allowing researchers from that region to present their work to a global audience. Sessions included presentations followed by open discussion and sought to build trust, confidence and a sense of collegiality between participants committed to progressing animal welfare.

The abstract booklet for this event can be found on this webpage, whilst recordings of the sessions can be found on our YouTube channel here . The recordings are freely available for anyone to watch, but if you can, please consider making a donation to support Science in the Service of Animal Welfare. Thank you.