Call for Papers: The Great Ape Project The~Italian journal Etica & Animali will publish with Professor Peter S*rffe6r as a special co-editor, a multi-lingual issue devoted to the Great Ape Project, to be distributed worldwide. The Great Ape Project is a cultural and political enterprise aiming at the inclusion of chimpanzees, gorillas and orang-utans into the community of equals which has until now comprised only human beings. The case for such inclusion is presented in the collective volume The Great Ape Project, edited by P. Cavalieri and P. Singer (Fourth Estate, London 1993, and St. Martin's, New York, 1994). In the book, starting from a "Declaration on Great Apes," 34 authors from different disciplines argue that chimpanzees, gorillas and orang-utans have mental and emotional capacities sufficient to justify granting them the rights to life, liberty and freedom from torture. An international organization has been created to further the achievement of this end. Etica & Animali calls for contributions in English, Italian, French and German from all those who agree with this goal and are prepared to argue for it from their specific perspective. Contributions should be sent in duplicate by October 31, 1994 to Etica & Animali, Corso Magenta 62, 20123 Milano, Italy (Fax: Int. +39 2 481-4784), and a copy should be mailed simultaneously to Prof. Peter Singer, Center for Human Bioethics, Monash University, Clayton, Victoria 3168, Australia. We will be glad to provide further clarifications. Advance Notice of Meeting: The Exploitation of Mammals The major theme of this meeting concerns the various ways in which mammal populations are exploited world-wide, the concept of sustainable use and the resulting welfare considerations for the animals involved. The program includes sessions on Mammal Game Ranching; Mamma- oriented Ecotourism; Mammals in Zoos and Circuses; Sport Hunting of Mammals and Mammal Wildlife Trade & Conservation. The Exploitation of Mammals is a symposium organized by The Mammal Society in association with the Universities Federation for Animal Welfare, to be held at the Meeting Rooms of the Zoological Society of London on Friday-Saturday 25-26 November 1994. To be placed on a mailing list for further details please send your name and address to Victoria Taylor at: UFAW, 8 Hamilton Close, South Mimms, Potters Bar, Herts, England, EN6 3QD. Tel: 0707 658202; Fax 0707 649279.
Society & Animals – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1994
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