Mariia Domina Presents at UK Animal Law Conference

Dr. Mariia Domina presented her research on corporate social responsibility during the UK Animal Law Conference, which took place on 29-30 May in Birmingham.

Mariia discussed the role that commercial companies can and should play in the protection of environment and animals. More specifically, she engaged in a comparative law analysis (French and Luxembourg law and related case law) of the company’s obligations to take into account environmental impact of its activities. Mariia advocates for an establishment of a specific group of corporate stakeholders – animals – which will ensure the consideration of their rights and interests in this context.

This presentation was welcomed by a public and questions have been asked in relation to the forthcoming EU Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive and its impact on the protection of animals.

Mariia Domina presents at UK Animal Law Conference 2024
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