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Slaughterhouse Workers, Animals, and the Environment: The Need for a Rights-Centered Regulatory Framework

by Dr. Delcianna J. Winders and Dr. Elan Abrell

This paper discusses the long history of failed regulatory oversight in US slaughterhouses and the need for a right-to-health regulatory approach that protects people, animals, and the planet.

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Emerging from COVID-19: A New, Rights-Based Relationship with the Nonhuman World?

by Mia MacDonald

Mia MacDonald uses the devastation of the COVID-19 pandemic to argue for the rights of human and nonhuman populations to be accepted as complementary and to be advanced together to further the right to life and health.

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Beyond Anthropocentrism: Health Rights and Ecological Justice

by Himani Bhakuni

In this essay, the author highlights why we need to move beyond anthropocentrism to include both sentient and non-sentient beings in a right to health and justice, including through legal frameworks.

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Why We Need a Belmont Report for Animals

In this short video, learn about how The Belmont Report gained important protections for human research subjects, and why we need to extend those same protections to animals.

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Ecological Justice and the Right to Health: A Teaching Guide

This teaching guide accompanies a video of a panel discussion exploring why and how we need to center ecological justice and the right to health in policy and practice.

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Voracious Science and Vulnerable Animals

A Primate Scientist's Ethical Journey by Dr. John P. Gluck

Dr. John P. Gluck shares his journey from dedicated animal researcher to passionate advocate for animals and scientific and ethical advancements.

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