Animal rights: Slow but definite progress

Animal rights: Slow but definite progress

Régis Bismuth, Full professor at Sciences Po
  • Animal Rights protest 2016 ©CC BY L214 - Éthique & AnimauxAnimal Rights protest 2016 ©CC BY L214 - Éthique & Animaux

The need to limit or end animal suffering has become a major topic of public debate. Scientific experiments, bullfighting and foie gras have all come under insistent criticism. Videos denouncing the conditions in which animals are made to live and die are widely circulated. Veganism, which still had an extremely limited following a few years ago, is gaining in popularity. So what is the law contributing to this environment?

We asked Regis Bismuth, professor at the Sciences Po Law School and co-editor of Sensibilité animale. Perspectives juridiques (CNRS Editions)* for an overview of advances in animal rights.

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