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There were three keynote presentations: Brian Perry, visiting professor at the University of Oxford, UK, and Honorary Professor at the University of Edinburgh, UK, and the University of Pretoria, South Africa, gave a keynote talk on sustainable global livestock production, drivers of economics decisions and incentives for change.

The talk provided interesting insights into factors which influence the development of the livestock sector in developing and developed countries. Mara Miele from Cardiff University, UK, gave a keynote talk on consumers' understandings of animal welfare and effects on food practices.

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She explored how these understandings have promoted a variety of interventions both at regulatory level and a series of bottom-up, market initiatives, characterised by a strong involvement of NGOs. Research Director Mogens Lund from the Norwegian Agricultural Economics Research Institute gave a keynote talk on the role of policies in providing animal health and welfare.

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Mara Miele from Cardiff University, UK, gave a keynote talk on consumers' understandings of animal welfare and effects on food practices. She explored how these understandings have promoted a variety of interventions both at regulatory level and a series of bottom-up, market initiatives, characterised by a strong involvement of NGOs.

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Research Director Mogens Lund from the Norwegian Agricultural Economics Research Institute gave a keynote talk on the role of policies in providing animal health and welfare. He elaborated on the importance of market-driven solutions and policies in promoting animal health and welfare. In addition to the keynote talks, a number of interesting oral and poster presentations were contributed by the participants.


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