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In his first major statement on animal welfare, Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu has urged justice and protection for all creatures.
The Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics is organising a mullti- disciplinary,multi-faith project to explore whether religious people and religious institutions benefit animals.
River Cottage founder Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall will lead a new campaign for Compassion in World farming aimed at convincing the public to purchase ethically sound chicken.
The RSPCA is asking clergy to begin planning animal welfare services that will increase awareness of the effects of climate change on animals.
An eco-campaigner and former actress will be lifting the lid on intensive pig farming in a television investigation to be screened tonight. The Marchioness of Worcester has campaigned for years for quality food.
The RSPCA is calling upon clergy to celebrate animal services with renewed focus this October following a new Church of England initiative to make 'Time for God's Creation'.
The “One Day International Conference on the Relationship Between Animal Abuse and Human Violence” at Keble College, Oxford
The Inaugural Conference of the Interreligious Fellowship for Animals (IRFA) - Living Adeventurously: Spirtual Perspectives on our Kinship with all Sentient Beings
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