AIPARG held its inaugural conference
Animals and Us: Research, Policy, and Practice
from October 11–13, 2018 at the University of Windsor in Ontario, Canada.
The conference consisted of a one-day pre-conference institute specifically focused on the intersection of violence against animals and women in the context of abusive relationships, and two additional days showcasing recent advances in research, policy, and practice relating to human-animal connections. The goal of the conference was to facilitate conversations among practitioners and advocacy organizations and interdisciplinary researchers and academics.
Videos of Keynote Speakers
AIPARG (University of Windsor) Presentation
Jaki MacKinnon (Bethesda House) Keynote Presentation
John Drew (Western University) Graduate Student Paper Prize Presentation
David Favre (Michigan State University) Keynote Presentation
David Nibert (Wittenberg University) Keynote Presentation
Animals and Us: Research, Policy, Practice was made possible through a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) Connection Grant, and the support of the University of Windsor, Hiatus House, and the Windsor-Essex Humane Society.