The multi- and interdisciplinary FEWD Animal Advocacy project at University of Vienna has two main goals: The first is to provide inspiration to people from different academic disciplines as they explore avenues for their own research. The second is to encourage rational public discourse and dialogue about animal advocacy in civil society. The move to a society that is more humane and focused on species justice depends crucially on both empathy and rational argumentation.

More information will be placed spring / summer 2023.

Alexandra-Maria Silion, 2022. Violence against animals. The analysis of legislation. Criminological Perspective.

Alina Simona Rusu, Adriana Dalila Criste, Daniel Severus Dezmirean, 2021. Voices of NGOs Supporting the First Master's Degree Program in Ethology and Human-Animal Interactions in Romania: An Exploratory Qualitative Analysis. -

Flaminia Stârc-Meclejan 2020. A Legal Perspective on the Lobster (and Animal, in General)

Niloofar Pejman, Zein Kallas, Antoni Dalmau, Antonio Velarde, 2019. Should Animal Welfare Regulations Be More Restrictive? A Case Study in Eight European Union Countries.

Gianluigi Segalerba 2018. Anmerkungen über Tierethik. (Uni Craiova)

Remus Creţan 2015. Mapping protests against dog culling in post-communist Romania. Area, 47 (2), 155-165. 

Jayanty Jagatdeb 2014. Animal rights (Uni Craiova)