Top academics and campaigners from more than 12 countries are descending on Oxford from 23-26 July to debate the ethics of the international fur trade.
The event is being organized by the Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics on behalf of Respect for Animals Educational Trust and will result in a new, up to date and authoritative report for use in the future.
Speaking about next month’s event, Mark Glover said:
“We are thrilled about the summer school and hope supporters will want to book to attend as it is they that have made the event possible. The range and depth of speakers attending the three day event is remarkable and this will be a unique opportunity to hear experts from around the world give their views on the fur industry.”