Top academics from around the world will debate the ethics of the international fur trade at a Summer School at St Stephen’s House, Oxford, from 23-26 July, 2017.
Philosophers, theologians, and ethicists will be among academics from more than 12 countries, including the US, India, Croatia, China, Brazil, Spain, Austria, Canada, Ireland, Estonia, Finland, and Italy.
The fur industry is a multi-million pound, multinational business, responsible for the deaths of tens of million animals, especially mink and fox every year. The task of the Summer School will be to interrogate and analyse the ethical claims of the fur industry.
The Summer School on the Ethics of Fur is being organised by the Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics in partnership with Read full release