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.
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
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