Tuesday, 18 February 2014

Join the debate and improve animal welfare: AWF Discussion Forum 12 May 2014

Don’t miss the chance to add your voice to the debate on important topical animal welfare issues by registering now for the Animal Welfare Foundation's annual Discussion Forum.

AWF is the charity led by the veterinary profession. Our Discussion Forum brings together vets, vet nurses, animal welfare organisations, the media and parliamentarians to confront current welfare issues and inspire change.

Topics under discussion this year include:
  • What psychological factors are involved in the growing problem of animal hoarding?
  • Is a legislative muddle on animal transport causing extra pain, discomfort and distress?
  • What does the offence of causing unnecessary suffering really mean?
  • How pet MOTs are helping owners to understand the ‘five welfare needs’ message and improve the welfare of their pets.
With a dynamic cast of authoritative speakers, lots of time for audience interaction and the chance to network with others who share your interest in improving animal welfare, the Forum is not to be missed.

Monday 12 May 2014 (10am to 5pm)

Where:  One Great George Street, London SW1P 3AA

Delegates are also welcome to attend the joint AWF/BVA House of Commons reception afterwards from 7pm to 9pm.

For more information visit the AWF website where you can book online

Delegate rates
  • Standard £85
  • Registered Veterinary Nurses £50
  • Recent graduates (up to eight years post-graduation) £50
  • Veterinary undergraduates £30
    Price includes a two course lunch and refreshments.

We hope to see you there.

Florence Bowman
AWF Administration Manager
7 Mansfield Street
London W1G 9NQ

Telephone: 020 7908 6375
Email: bva-awf@bva.co.uk
Website: www.bva-awf.org.uk
Registered charity: 287118

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