There should be an international court to try cases of animal cruelty, says Oxford ethicist

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“Humanitarian organizations worldwide should collaborate in setting up an international court to judge cases of animal cruelty and specifically to assess the culpability of governments”, says Oxford ethicist Professor Andrew Linzey, Director of the Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics. “Individuals and groups should be able to bring cases before the court where governments have failed […]


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