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Ethical Eye: Animal Welfare

Edited By: Council of Europe
Ethical Eye: Animal Welfare
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  • Ethical Eye: Animal Welfare ISBN: 9789287160164 Paperback Dec 2006 Temporarily out of stock: order now to get this when available
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Just how much do animals suffer? Does legislation make a difference to animal welfare and do economic factors hinder its improvement ?

The treatment of animals has long been a subject of debate, yet attitudes towards animal welfare still differ greatly and genuine concern for animals has only really developed over the last few decades.

The general public is concerned by this issue and has gradually started to exert pressure on those who use animals to change their ways and on politicians to introduce new legislation.

This book about animal welfare takes a detailed look at the ethical issues, religious viewpoints and the attitudes of different countries towards animal welfare, as well as at the Council of Europe conventions and other European instruments aimed at tackling this issue at an international level.

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