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Lecture: dr. Vetter Szilvia
ANIMAL WELFARE II.
Place of lecture: lecture hall Magyary-Kossa
Time of lecture: 4.15 pm
Required course: Animal welfare I.
Method of evaluation: written examination
Lecturer: dr. Vetter Szilvia (firstname.lastname@example.org)
|13 February||Legal and ethical history of animal welfare, symbolic figures of animal protection. Animal trials of the Middle Ages. World religions and animal welfare|
|20 February||Animal abuse as a crime, the legal history of fighting against it.
Connections between animal abuse and violence against people, criminological aspect. Animal cruelty as first violent act of criminal offenders (examples of serial killers)
|27 February||Legal elements of the act of animal cruelty. The nature of the offence, possible punishments. Review of some cases|
|13 March||Animal welfare and biodiversity – connections and differences, threats and chances. Animal protection and fight against illegal animal trade worldwide|
|27 March||Animal welfare in the focus of (marketing)communication, Animal protection in companies’ CSR plans|
|3 April||Ego versus eco? Economic effects of animal protection, loss and profit caused by welfare improvements. Animal abuse as a negative externality|
|10 April||Current trends of animal welfare. Animal friendly services in tourism and in the HORECA sector. Ethical consumerism|
|8 May||Animals as legal personalities? The future of „animal rights”|
Requied course: Animal welfare I.