Guidelines for humane education: alternatives to the use of animals in teaching and training

By Adrian Smith and Karina Smith

This paper attempts to clarify the issues raised, presents an overview of the alternatives available with their strengths and weaknesses, and finally offers guidelines for humane education that take into consideration both the practical issues and the feelings of all those involved.
This paper attempts to clarify the issues raised, presents an overview of the alternatives available with their strengths and weaknesses, and finally offers guidelines for humane education that take into consideration both the practical issues and the feelings of all those involved.

A plenary lecture given at the 4th World Congress on Alternatives and Animal Use in the Life Sciences, New Orleans, August 2002. Published in volume 32, Supplement 1, pages 29-39 in ATLA in 2003. Can be viewed at http://www.atla.org.uk/wp-content/plugins/s2member-files/32_S1a_3_Plenary_specialcontribution.pdf (pages 16-26). Log-in at http://www.atla.org.uk/wp-login.php required.
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