ACE believes that in order to be successful, the animal advocacy movement must employ multiple strategies at once. This will allow us to innovate, will increase our probability of finding at least one successful strategy, will help our programs grow, and will help us build upon each others’ … Read more
Last month ACE hosted the 2017 Research Workshop on Effective Animal Advocacy at Claremont Graduate University (CGU) in California. The event was intended to complement our 2016 Symposium on Multidisciplinary Research in Effective Animal Advocacy, held at Princeton University last fall. … Read more
Guest post by Adam Shriver
There have been many signs of progress in our society’s treatment of animals in recent years. The NIH announced it would be ending almost all research with chimpanzees. Ringling decided this past year to end its circus after years of protests. … Read more
This post is a conversation between guest legal experts Steven Wise, Anna Pippus, and Maneesha Deckha on the question, “What is the most effective way to advocate legally for nonhuman animals?”
Steven Wise: More than one million species of animals inhabit the Earth. … Read more
This is the sixth post in our Foundational Questions series. You can learn more about this project and read the other posts here.
Legal personhood for animals is one of the most exciting goals for the animal protection movement because of its potential far-reaching and long-term impact. … Read more