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Vegan Sociology – What and Why?

Zoei Sutton Corey Wrenn Nick Pendergrast and Adam Cardilini 2 August 2020 4


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We speak with Dr Zoei Sutton and Dr Corey Wrenn about the International Association for Vegan Sociologists, and the upcoming SOLD OUT conference running over the 7th-8th of August. We wanted to hear more about what vegan sociology is and what the conference is all about.

A weekly show hosted by Melbourne-based animal advocates, presenting local and international interviews, presentations, and music from this vibrant social justice movement.

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Clean Bowling Speciesism with Jason “Dizzy” Gillespie

Jason Gillespie 12 July 2020

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Beyond Individual Change in Animal Advocacy with Corey Wrenn

Corey Wrenn 30 August 2020

This show features sociologist Corey Wrenn who discusses the moral dilemma of what to feed rescued carnivorous animals, as a starting point for a broader conversation about thinking systemically and beyond only relying on individual change in the animal movement. Links …continue

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Animal Wellbeing and Conservation

Adam Cardilini and Liv Baker 23 August 2020

We chat with Dr Liv Baker. Liv is a conservation behaviorist and an expert in wild animal welfare, with research focusing on the role individual, wild animals have in the health of their social groups and populations. We speak about about conservation, rewilding …continue

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