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30th September 2012

12.00 - 5.00pm
Price : Free

CONTACT

+353878289243
vegday@vegetarian.ie

WEB

www.vegetarian.ie

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World Vegetarian Day Festival

Venue: St Andrews Resource Centre, 114 Pearse St Dublin


World Vegetarian Day Festival

Sunday, 30 September 2012 12:00 until 17:00

St Andrews Resource Centre 114 Pearse St Dublin2

Keep Sunday 30th September free for this fantastic day out!

We'll have plenty of stalls in the main hall with a focus on: food, animal rights, environmental, booksellers, etc.

we have also lined up speakers to feed your mind.

Speakers:

Eleanor Winters, Nutritional Therapist

“I will outline what a well-planned vegan diet should include, and how you can reduce your risk of disease”.

Maureen O’Sullivan, Lecturer

“Fine Dining at the Species Barrier Cafe: Meat Eating in the Era of Human-Animal Hybrids."

Roger Yates, Sociologist

“How do we understand attitudes toward human-nonhuman relations?”

Paola Cavalieri, Philosopher

“Rights for the Rightless: First steps”

World Vegetarian Day Festival

30th September 2012

12.00 - 5.00pm
Price : Free

CONTACT

+353878289243
vegday@vegetarian.ie

WEB

www.vegetarian.ie

Share

Venue: St Andrews Resource Centre, 114 Pearse St Dublin


World Vegetarian Day Festival

Sunday, 30 September 2012 12:00 until 17:00

St Andrews Resource Centre 114 Pearse St Dublin2

Keep Sunday 30th September free for this fantastic day out!

We'll have plenty of stalls in the main hall with a focus on: food, animal rights, environmental, booksellers, etc.

we have also lined up speakers to feed your mind.

Speakers:

Eleanor Winters, Nutritional Therapist

“I will outline what a well-planned vegan diet should include, and how you can reduce your risk of disease”.

Maureen O’Sullivan, Lecturer

“Fine Dining at the Species Barrier Cafe: Meat Eating in the Era of Human-Animal Hybrids."

Roger Yates, Sociologist

“How do we understand attitudes toward human-nonhuman relations?”

Paola Cavalieri, Philosopher

“Rights for the Rightless: First steps”

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