Critical Research on Industrial Livestock Systems (CRILS) Network Workshop

Date: 16/04/2024

RVC's Camden campus, London





The Critical Research on Industrial Livestock Systems (CRILS) Network aims to understand the trade-offs of large-scale, industrial livestock systems and to use available evidence to advocate for just and sustainable food systems, especially in the Global South. The network brings together researchers and non-academics including civil society, activists, policy-makers, industry actors, and lawyers among others, to challenge and nuance narratives of livestock production systems. 


CRILS are hosting an in person workshop on 16/17th of April 2024. Join them for training sessions and rich discussions on the future of livestock systems. We will privilege participants from the Global South and early career participants, particularly those who strive to integrate interdisciplinary research.  


To apply to share your work at the meeting: Please fill out this form   

Deadline for submission: Sunday 21st January 2024, 23:59 GMT 

Decision: We aim to notify applicants of our decision by late January or early February to allow sufficient time for the visa application process. Participants requiring UK visas are encouraged to apply sooner rather than later.   


Cost: Free to attend. We have a limited pool of funding to sponsor applicants’ travel and accommodation. Please indicate whether you will be unable to attend if you are not awarded funding. We will prioritise funding for:   Early career researchers , Applicants from excluded, minoritised, or under-resourced groups  and Applicants based in or originating from and working in the Global South.    


We look forward to hearing from you. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch at or visit our website Informal enquiries are encouraged.  

Unable to participate in the in-person meeting? Join their ongoing online workshop series by clicking here.  These are held monthly over Zoom.  

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