Brave New World: The 2012 NAIA Conference
By: Patti Strand Date: 07/6/2012 Category: | Animal Welfare | From the Offices of NAIA |
NAIA cordially invites you to attend its annual conference, Brave New World: Caring for Animals in an Age of Mass Media and Misinformation, this November 10-11 in Redondo Beach, California. Featuring presentations from Temple Grandin, Gary Taubes, Andy Vance, and many other animal welfare authorities, writers, veterinarians, and experts in agriculture and animal law, this is the can’t-miss animal event of 2012!
This year’s conference focuses on the myths and stereotypes that cloud the public’s perception of animal issues, and how they are perpetuated by activists and industry marketing campaigns. More importantly, we will cover the many opportunities available in today's climate that can help us re-anchor the perception and understanding of animal issues in common sense, science, and sound law.
Just a few of the topics that will be covered:
- The language that shapes debate: 4 legs good, 2 legs bad
- The challenges facing U.S. agriculture
- Perception and reality: the health and welfare of purebred dogs
- The animal law movement in America, from property rights to guardianship
- And much, much more!
Sign Up Today!
Make your hotel reservation today! The conference will be held at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, in Redondo Beach California. We expect it to be standing-room only — sign up today! A shuttle is available to the hotel from the Los Angeles International Airport.
Call (310) 318-8888 for “in-house reservations, block code A-I-Q” and tell them you’re with the National Animal Interest Alliance conference. Or, make your hotel reservation online using the “Hotel Reservations” link. Do it now while the discounted rate is still available, and save over $50 per night!
The price of the conference is $250 and includes a continental breakfast and lunch each day, as well as a dinner and auction on Saturday night. You can mail your check to NAIA (see address below), or sign up through PayPal using the button below.
NAIA 2012 Conference
PO BOX 66579
Portland, OR 97290
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