Paws and Prejudice

Society Registrations submitted on Nov 27, 2023

Society Description


1. Ethical Concerns: Recognizing the ethical implications of speciesism and the need to promote a more compassionate and inclusive worldview.

2. Environmental Awareness: Acknowledging the impact of speciesism on the environment and the interconnectedness of all living beings.

3. Educational Gap: Identifying a lack of awareness and education about speciesism within the college community.

Aims and Objectives:

1. Raise Awareness: Increase awareness about speciesism and its consequences among students, faculty, and staff.

2. Promote Ethical Consideration: Encourage individuals to critically examine their beliefs and actions, fostering a mindset that values the well-being of all species.

3. Provide Educational Resources: Offer workshops, seminars, and resources to educate the college community about the ethical, environmental, and social aspects of speciesism.

4. Advocate for Change: Work towards implementing policies and practices within the college that reflect a commitment to reducing speciesism.

5. Foster a Community: Create a supportive community within the college where individuals can engage in open discussions, share experiences, and collaborate on initiatives to combat speciesism.

6. Collaborate with Existing Groups: Partner with other relevant societies, environmental groups, or animal rights organizations to amplify the impact of anti-speciesism efforts.

7. Participate in Events: Organize and participate in events such as awareness campaigns, documentary screenings, and guest lectures to engage the broader community in conversations about speciesism.

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