2016 SYMPOSIUM ON MULTIDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH IN EFFECTIVE ANIMAL ADVOCACY. November 12–13, 2016, Princeton University
This call for abstracts is addressed to researchers, faculty and graduate students engaged in research that has the potential to benefit animals and/or the animal advocacy movement. Post-graduate students, doctoral candidates and young researchers are welcome to submit an abstract, as are representatives of NGOs. Audience members will be researchers, faculty and graduate students as well as representatives of NGOs who are looking to gain information on current research, gather ideas for new research endeavors, and collaborate on current or future projects.
KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Peter Singer
- Why Prioritize Advocacy Research
- Advocacy Arenas and Priorities
- State of Animal Advocacy Today
- Advocacy by the Numbers
- Insights from Cognitive Science
- New and Emerging Research
- Avenues for Further Research
- Pioneering Innovation
- Translating Research into Action
- Multidisciplinary Collaboration
Deadline for abstract submission: June 30
To learn more about the conference or to submit a proposal, please visit Animal Charity Evaluators.