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To launch our election campaign and to position animal welfare as the issue worth voting for we will hold a debate at the European Parliament on 6 November 2013.
The debate will bring together key animal welfare defenders from the European Parliament and other key stakeholders to discuss the issues that will face the new Parliament and how best they can be resolved.
We will also launch our pledge that we will urge all candidates standing for election to sign and publish our manifesto showing how animal welfare can really be at the heart of the European elections!
10.30 Welcome & introductions
Reineke Hameleers, Director, Eurogroup for Animals
11.00 Panel debate
Panel will consist of several MEPS, stakeholders, journalists and industry people and give a range of views on where animal welfare should be addressed in the next European Parliament and explore how citizens can be encouraged to vote by sensitising them to these issues
11.30 Questions & discussion
11.45 Presentation of Eurogroup manifesto and pledge
12.15 Closing remarks
12.30 End & lunch
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Eurogroup for Animals
Eurogroup for Animals is the leading voice for animal welfare at European Union level providing a voice for the billions of animals kept in laboratories, farms and homes or living in the wild.