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Farmed Animal Law and Policy Interns

Animal Welfare Institute

Animal Welfare Institute

United States

Government, policy, lobbying, or legal







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About the Role

Farmed animal interns have the opportunity to learn more about advocacy efforts to protect farmed animals. Potential responsibilities include research and writing, tracking legislation and regulations, and drafting public policy comments.

Projects will cover a range of factory farming issues; the intern will support AWI in its efforts to eliminate harmful on-farm practices, improve conditions during long-distance transport, encourage humane handling at slaughter, and educate the public regarding the meaning of welfare-related claims on food products. The ideal candidate will have a genuine interest in animal welfare and a background in law, public policy, or animal science.

About the Organisation

The Animal Welfare Institute (AWI) works to reduce animal suffering and promote the welfare of all animals, including animals in agriculture. As a part of our mission, we promote humane farming systems and work to advance legislative and regulatory efforts to improve the conditions of farmed animals.

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