|Saturday, 09.09.2023 15:20-16:50 Central European Time (CET) Room A|
|The end of fur farming: An international panel discussion|
|Laura Broxson, Enric Noguera, Zoe Peled, Amy Soranno|
presented by Ban Fur Farms BC
Join us for a captivating panel discussion featuring visionary activist leaders from around the globe as they delve into the triumphs and challenges of campaigns pertaining to the fur farming industry. Get ready to be inspired, empowered, and educated on the strategies, tactics, and extraordinary successes in the fight against fur farming.
Facilitating this dynamic conversation is Zoe Peled, a Canadian activist and co-founder of Ban Fur Farms BC (BFFBC). Joining Zoe are remarkable panelists who have left an indelible mark on the battle against fur farming. Amy Soranno, also a co-founder of Ban Fur Farms BC (BFFBC), brings her expertise and unyielding commitment to the cause, which has been instrumental in mobilizing shifts towards a ban of fur farming in Canada. Laura Broxson, the visionary force behind the National Animal Rights Association (NARA) in Ireland, will share her invaluable insights and successes that have propelled Ireland to ban all fur farming. Enric Noguera, a dedicated activist from Abolish Fur Worldwide, brings a wealth of international knowledge and experience to the panel, fostering collaboration and driving impactful change.
Together, these trailblazing activists will take you on a transformative journey as they discuss the progress achieved and the ongoing struggles faced in the movement to ban fur farming. From legislative victories to grassroots campaigns, you'll discover how activist groups in different countries and regions have contributed to this global movement and learn firsthand about the remarkable path toward ending this cruel industry once and for all.