Nalsar, Spanish animal law centres sign MoU

Nalsar, Spanish animal law centres sign MoU
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The Centre for Animal Law at NALSAR University of Law at Hyderabad and the International Center for Animal Law and Policy ICALP Barcelona, Spain have signed a memorandum of understanding MoU to promote courses, student exchanges and research in the field of Animal Welfare and Animal Protection in India

Hyderabad: The Centre for Animal Law at NALSAR University of Law at Hyderabad and the International Center for Animal Law and Policy (ICALP) Barcelona, Spain have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to promote courses, student exchanges and research in the field of Animal Welfare and Animal Protection in India. The MoU will promote international academic co-operation which involves student and scholar exchange programme, develop mutually beneficial exchange process for teaching, research and outreach activities.

N G Jayasimha, Director, NALSAR’s Animal Law Centre and Managing Director, Humane Society International, India, said, “I am excited for this collaboration. It will not only give a path to a plethora of career options for students opting the exchange programme, it will also help in bringing in better key regulations, recommendations on laws for animals in India and elsewhere.” The Centre for Animal Law at NALSAR University of Law, supported by Humane Society International/India, is the first centre of its kind in India dedicated to creating curriculum on animal law amongst other research programmes. With already having conducted the first elective course on animal law at NALSAR, the centre will also be commencing the first ever PG Diploma Course on Animal Protection in July 2019.

ICALP is the first interdisciplinary, interdepartmental and international centre that structurally combines the social sciences, the humanities, the health sciences and the animal welfare sciences. The ICALP was created by the Consell de Govern of the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona on November 12, 2015 (Acord 91/2015). This MoU is the Centre’s first initiative in collaborating with a foreign university in furthering education and research in the field of Animal Protection laws.

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