Vocal Animal – Podcast

Animal rights is the fastest growing social justice movement of our time. Our attitude towards animals shapes our society, our belief about what is right and just, and – with climate change upon us – potentially our collective survival.

Vocal Animal brings you animal-related news and interviews with activists, academics and those whose decisions affect the lives of animals.

Vocal Animal is a podcast about ‘all things animal’; the fascinating, the inspiring and, unfortunately, sometimes the heartbreaking.

In this interview with Kate Elliot, Clare Mann discusses how the concept of Vystopia is contributing to this social justice movement.

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