Kim Stallwood

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Kim Stallwood
Residence Hastings, England
Nationality British
Organization Animals and Society Institute
Known for Animal rights advocacy
Website
Kim Stallwood
Grumpy Vegan

Kim W. Stallwood is a British animal rights advocate.[1] He is European director of the Animals and Society Institute, an animal rights think tank. He was executive editor of The Animals' Agenda, an animal rights magazine (1993–2002), and is the editor of Speaking Out for Animals (2001) and A Primer on Animal Rights (2002).[2]

Stallwood is a former national director of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (1987–1992), campaigns officer for the British Union for the Abolition of Vivisection (1981–1985), and national organizer for Compassion in World Farming (1976–1978), for which he remains a consultant.[2]

He was also the founder of the Animal Rights Network (ARN), the world's largest library on animal rights, which became the Animals and Society Institute.[3]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "Animal-rights activist addresses beach group", The Virginia-Pilot, October 29, 1995.
  2. ^ a b Kim Stallwood, kinstallwood.com, accessed July 1, 2010.
  3. ^ "About the authors," Terrorists or Freedom Fighters?", Lantern, 2004, pp. 389–390.

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