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Ascribing sentience to animals and case study of the evidence for sentience in cephalopods: Scottish Animal Welfare Commission report

Scottish Animal Welfare Commission report on the principles for ascribing sentience to animals and case study of the evidence for sentience in cephalopods.

Ascribing sentience to animals and case study of the evidence for sentience in cephalopods: Scottish Animal Welfare Commission report
Appendix I: Membership of the Scottish Animal Welfare Commission

Appendix I: Membership of the Scottish Animal Welfare Commission

The Scottish Animal Welfare Commission Members are:

  • Professor Cathy Dwyer from Scotland's Rural College and the University of Edinburgh (Chair)
  • Dr Harvey Carruthers, veterinary surgeon
  • Mike Radford, lawyer specialising in Animal Welfare
  • Paula Boyden, Veterinary Director at Dogs Trust
  • Professor Marie Haskell, Professor in Animal Welfare Science at Scotland's Rural College
  • Dr James Yeates, Chief Executive Officer of Cats Protection
  • Libby Anderson, Animal Welfare Policy Advisor
  • Dr Simon Girling, Head of Veterinary Services, Royal Zoological Society of Scotland
  • Mike Flynn, Chief Superintendent at the Scottish SPCA
  • Dr Pete Goddard, veterinary surgeon
  • Dr Andrew Kitchener, Principal Curator of Vertebrates at the National Museum of Scotland

Full biographies are available on the Scottish Government web site under Publications: Scottish Animal Welfare Commission: member biographies


Contact

Email: SAWC.Secretariat@gov.scot