Catherine Clark Interview: Tough Mudder

Catherine Clark Interview: Tough Mudder

1. Could you tell us a little bit about the “tough mudder” challenge? The tough mudder challenge is 10­12 mile obstacle course designed to test physical and mental strength ` The idea is not to win but to have a story to tell` (N.Y. Times) Tough Mudder is all about...
An Interview with Professor DONALD BROOM

An Interview with Professor DONALD BROOM

  Was their a pivotal moment where you first realised you were concerned with animal welfare? If so, please elaborate.   I was interested in all animals and concerned about their welfare from an early age. However, the point at which I decided that I should...
Sentience and animal welfare: New thoughts and controversies

Sentience and animal welfare: New thoughts and controversies

  Professor Donald Broom is arguably the most distinguished scientist of our time in the field of Animal Welfare and he has a wide variety of peer-reviewed papers on the subjects of animal sentience, slaughter and the living and transportation conditions of...
Think about your turkey this Christmas

Think about your turkey this Christmas

When one thinks of Christmas, one thinks of family, togetherness, giving and… eating, actually scratch that most of us solely think about the food. Whether you like sprouts, parsnips or those little chipolatas with the bacon wrapped round it, you know the really...
2015 at a glance: Slaughterhouse Reform

2015 at a glance: Slaughterhouse Reform

 What a fascinating year it’s been for the Slaughterhouse Reform movement and more widely, for the growing global farm animal welfare movement that continues to propose root-and-branch change for the farming industry and in increasing instances, brings about that...