We are the interface between scientific knowledge and various actors and organizations of animal movements. We advise them with well-founded animal-related information.( MEHR ERFAHREN )
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Since its beginnings, the understanding of animal protection has been based on scientific findings. Since 1972, the German Animal Protection Act has been based in particular on veterinary and ethological knowledge of non-human animals. We therefore find it important that organizations of animal movements, journalists, decision-makers and other actors active in the field of human-animal relations base their work on current and recognized research.
As an interface between scientific findings and the above-mentioned actors, we provide well-prepared knowledge in this area.
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The expertise is growing – we welcome our new team member!
Stephanie Kowalski joins our team. Since September, she has been contributing her many years of experience and knowledge to Expertise for Animals.
English Summary of the White Paper on Tethering
Download the short summary of the white paper on tethering of cattle now. It provides strong arguments for banning any form of tethering of cattle!
Veterinary position paper on extreme transport conditions
Now online! Download the position paper on transportation of turkeys.
New report by foodwatch
Expertise for Animals supports foodwatch report on the health status of farm animals.
Report on chick killing in the EU
Expertise for Animals supports Animal Society in their commitment against chick killing in the European Union.
Expertise for Animals supports L214 in current turkey fattening campaign
In a professional statement, we present the serious implications of loading and transport conditions for turkeys.
Ethology of the Freed Animal: New ways in behavioral research?
Studying nonhuman animals at Animal Sanctuaries instead of in captivity could change the human-animal relation.
Theory of Change - How we change the world with our work
Our vision is a world where all non-human animals can live self-determined lives free from exploitation and oppression by humans. Our Theory of Change shows how Expertise for Animals creates real change for nonhuman animals.