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Compassion in World Farming invites you to hear more about our latest global investigation, Dead Zone, from our CEO Philip Lymbery and our expert campaign team.

Philip will share his experiences from around the world, uncovering the disastrous cost of factory farming and cheap meat to farm animals and wildlife. You will have the opportunity to ask Philip and the team about our new global campaign to expose the true impact of factory farming – and find out how you can get more involved.

Itinerary

12pm: Doors open. Registration begins. Supporters have the opportunity to take part in the campaign exhibition.

1pm-3pm: Presentations followed by a short question and answer session.

3pm-5pm: Supporters are invited to take part in the campaign exhibition; take refreshments; meet members of the Compassion team; and buy a copy of Dead Zone: Where the Wild Things Were and have it signed by Philip Lymbery, author and CEO, Compassion in World Farming.

5pm: Event finishes.

We look forward to seeing you in London!



Speakers

Emma Slawinski, Philip Lymbery and Phil Brooke

Emma Slawinski, Philip Lymbery and Phil Brooke

Philip Lymbery - CEO

Philip Lymbery is chief executive of Compassion in World Farming and Visiting Professor at the University of Winchester. He played leading roles in many major animal welfare reforms, including Europe-wide bans on veal crates for calves and barren battery cages for laying hens.

Described as one of the food industry’s most influential people, he has spearheaded Compassion’s engagement work with over 700 food companies worldwide, as a result of which over three quarters of a billion farm animals are set to benefit every year.

Emma Slawinski - Director of Campaigns

Emma became our Head of Campaigns and Advocacy in 2012, leading her team with determination and fervour. She is known for the passion she puts into each individual campaign, while always keeping the overarching objectives of the organisation at the forefront of the campaigning agenda. As a committed campaigner and animal welfarist, Emma went on to become the European Programmes Director at World Animal Protection, returning to Compassion as our Director of Campaigns, in 2016.

Phil Brooke - Welfare and Education Development Manager

Phil first became involved as an environmental science student in the mid-70s, plastering Compassion posters around his university campus. After teaching Biology for 20 years, he became Compassion’s education officer in 1999. Since then, his role has evolved into helping to develop our animal welfare information base, along with lobbying and media work. Phil’s encyclopedic knowledge of almost all aspects of farm animal welfare makes him the go-to person at Compassion for technical information.



FAQs

What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?

The venue is a 12 minute walk from London Waterloo station, 5 minutes from Embankment Underground station (Northern, Bakerloo, Circle and District lines), and accessible from all major transport links in London. While there is no parking at the venue, there are a limited number of metered bays nearby. We have included a map on your ticket, and further directions and parking information can be found on the venue website here.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

Please bring your ticket with you, it can be printed out, or on your smartphone/tablet.

Will food and drink be provided?

After the presentation, from 3pm, higher welfare and vegan teas, coffees and biscuits will be available. Please let us know if you have any food allergies and we will do our best to accommodate you. You can email us on supporters@ciwf.org or phone 01483 521 953 (lines are staffed Monday to Friday, 9:00am - 5:00pm) with your requirements.

Do I need to pay for my ticket?

The event is free, but spaces are limited and you do need to book.

Where can I get a copy of Dead Zone?

After the presentation, there will be the opportunity to purchase a copy of Dead Zone: Where the Wild Things Were for the discounted price of £9. We hope to have the facility to accept credit and debits cards, but we recommend bringing cash or a cheque if you’d like to purchase a book. Philip will be available to personally sign your copy. If you can’t wait, you can order a copy online here.

Accessibility

Please let us know if you require any special access at the venue. You can email us on supporters@ciwf.org or phone 01483 521 953 (lines are staffed Monday to Friday, 9:00am - 5:00pm).

Any questions?

Email Compassion in World Farming's Supporter Engagement Team here, or phone + 44 (0)1483 521 953 (Lines are staffed 9:00am - 5:00pm, Monday to Friday)

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