Animal Equality Joins Peter Singer for Conversation About Activism
Peter Singer, a renowned philosopher and influential advocate for animals, visited Madrid to present the Spanish edition of his book, “Ethics in Action” with Animal Equality’s President and Co-founder, Sharon Núñez.
Peter Singer’s visit to Madrid was a highly anticipated event, which was held at the Casa Encendida. Animal advocates, academics, and members of the public attended the presentation to listen to Singer’s influential words about the modern animal rights movement.
The event was held after Singer received the BBVA Foundation Frontiers of Knowledge Award, recognizing individuals who have made significant contributions to scientific research or cultural creation. Singer’s insights into the animal protection movement and his support for Animal Equality’s mission highlighted the critical importance of continued activism to promote a better future for animals.
We need new generations of activists who will fight for animals, who will build on the progress that has been made, who will get jobs, and who will continue to work on this progress.Peter Singer
During the interview Singer spoke about Henry Spira, the activist who revolutionized the modern movement in defense of animals, and about whom the book “Ethics in Action” discusses.
Accompanied by Sharon Núñez and Marcos de Miguel, Director of Plaza y Valdés Publishing House, Peter Singer delved into Spira’s extraordinary path as an unwavering advocate for animals. From his triumphs against the cruelty of animal testing to the relentless battle against factory farming, Spira’s legacy lives on through Singer’s book “Ethics in Action,” sharing his invaluable wisdom to guide the footsteps of future generations.
If Henry Spira were alive he would be doing the work of Animal Equality.Peter Singer
Tracing Peter Singer’s Journey in Animal Protection
Peter Singer’s advocacy for animals has helped to shift public opinion and inspire changes in laws and policies around the world. He has been a leading voice in the movement to end animal suffering while promoting plant-based alternatives.
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Peter Singer’s book “Animal Liberation” is widely recognized as a pivotal contribution within the movement. Published in 1975, the book was a groundbreaking critique of the use of animals in modern society. Singer’s arguments challenged the traditional view of animals as property and called for an end to animal suffering within factory farming.
Peter Singer recently embarked on a book tour to discuss his latest work, “Animal Liberation Now.” This captivating book, which renewed and updated Singer’s influential 1975 classic, “Animal Liberation,” captivated audiences in Washington D.C., Los Angeles, San Francisco, and New York. Singer engaged attendees in thought-provoking conversations, delving into the ethical considerations surrounding animal rights. Each event was followed by an engaging Q&A session, allowing the audience to actively participate in the dialogue.
“Animal Liberation” has inspired millions of people around the world to question their relationship with animals and to consider the ethical implications of their choices. The book has been translated into more than a dozen languages and has had a profound impact, sparking a global conversation about the treatment of animals and the role of humans in their lives.
Peter Singer has published over fifty titles, some of them translated into twenty languages, including Democracy and Disobedience (1973), Animal Liberation (1975), Practical Ethics (1979), The Expanding Circle (1981), Rethinking Life and Death (1994), The Life You Can Save (2009), Ethics for the Real World (2016), Why Vegan? (2020) and The Rights of Apes (2022).
You Can Empower Change: Joining Forces with Peter Singer to Help Animals
Singer’s support and participation in the event underscored the importance of collaboration to end factory farming. With continued efforts, the movement is poised to make even greater strides in the years to come, inspiring individuals around the world to fight for a more compassionate, sustainable future for all.
Peter has supported the work of Animal Equality for many years, and for this reason, he wanted to help us at this crucial moment in which we can duplicate all the efforts of people like you who want to change the lives of animals: