ANIWERE is proud to announce a new seminar with meetings to be held monthly from January 2021 onwards. The purpose of the seminar is to bring together academics interested in animal law and offer them a platform to discuss their research. The seminar also functions as a medium through which our researchers will regularly report about their ongoing work as the project unfolds. The seminar is open to everyone. The official languages of the seminar are Finnish and English.
Sessions begin at 4:15 pm and end at 5:45 pm (EET/EEST). For the time being, all sessions will occur virtually, but we may shift towards a hybrid model later depending on the COVID-19 situation. The seminar will be on summer recess during June, July, and August.
7.2. Gustav Stenseke Arup: Wolves as lawmakers? Understanding legal protection of wolves as co-produced by humans, wolves and other entangled bodies in the landscape
23.2. Charlotte Blattner: Global Animal Law: A Critical Evaluation of the what, why, and how
23.3. Julia Johansson: Animal testing as a tool under chemical risk regulation: A posthuman critique
27.4. Carolina Leiva Ilabaca: The Paths of Subjectivity: Theoretical Arguments for Animal (legal) Rights
25.5. Veerle Platvoet: TBA
29.9. Tero Kivinen (University of Helsinki): Eläinoikeuden retoriikka
27.10. Celia Karlin O'Sullivan (Åbo Akademi University): The Elephant in the Room: Comparing the Natural Behavior of Elephants in Swedish Circuses and Zoos with a Critical Legal Perspective
24.11. Tarja Koskela (University of Eastern Finland): Onko syyttämättäjättäminen kohtuuttomuusperusteella eläimiin kohdistuneissa rikoksissa sittenkään kohtuullista?
14.12. Uusi eläinten hyvinvointilaki: keskustelutilaisuus
27.1. Birgitta Wahlberg (Åbo Akademi University): Animal Law: Present State & Future Prospects
24.2. Ankita Shanker (University of Lucerne, currently visiting University of Helsinki): Rights-Holding Persons
31.3. Marianna Muravyeva (University of Helsinki): Sex with animals or sexual abuse of animals? Legal protection of animal’s inviolability
28.4. Veera Koponen (University of Helsinki): Eläinoikeus ja Suomen valtiosääntö (in Finnish)
26.5. Eva Bernet Kempers (University of Antwerp): Beyond hedonism: dignity as a general principle of animal law