Is British Animal Rights Extremism Back? National Operation Anti Vivisection is a new campaign targeting students in Cambridge which looks surprisingly similar to campaigns run by SHAC before they closed operations in August 2014. Speaking of Research take a closer look.
The Structure and Motivations of Antivivisection Organizations and Activists
I recently published a paper in EMBO reports (available free online for a few more weeks) which (among other things) looked at the factors influencing the animal rights movement, causing it to wax and wane over time. Firstly I separated animal rights groups into two general types using the term "antivivisection" to separate the "anti-research" … Continue reading The Structure and Motivations of Antivivisection Organizations and Activists
Report: Animal Rights Conference – Part 4
We come to my final day at the Animal Rights Conference, but it is worth quickly looking back over the last few days. Part 1 - Looks at AR violence and includes recordings of Camille Hankins (Win Animal Rights - WAR) speaking in support of the grave robbings and arson attacks carried out by animal … Continue reading Report: Animal Rights Conference – Part 4