We’re joined by social philosopher Paul-Mikhail Catapang Podosky who discusses his academic work exploring the way the meat-eating industry uses the term “humane” to avoid the questioning of the killing of animals. You can follow Paul-Mikhail Catapang Podosky on Twitter @PPodosky and you can view his publications, including the article ‘A Linguistic Method of Deception The Difference Between Killing Humanely and a Humane Killing’, which we focus on in this show, here: http://unimelb.academia.edu/PaulMikhailCatapangPodosky
A weekly show hosted by Melbourne-based animal advocates, presenting local and international interviews, presentations, and music from this vibrant social justice movement.
Freedom of Species 18 August 2019
In this weeks show we hear a talk by Laila Kassam titled, ‘How can we build a powerful mass movement for animal justice.’ Laila Kassam is a part of the Animal Think Tank Collective. You can find resources and more about …continue
Katie Batty 16 February 2020
On this show animal activist Katie Batty discusses some of the companion animals she has shared her home with (including Charlie pictured here) as a starting point to investigate our relationships with companion animals and animals generally. This week is the …continue
Madison 9 February 2020
We speak to Emma Hakansson, who works to create a kinder world for animals. Her passion for ethical fashion—ethical being vegan, fair and sustainable—has seen her found Willow Creative Co., a content production and ethics consultation agency for fashion labels. …continue