This congress, organised jointly by the European Biomedical Research Association (EBRA) and the Federation of European Laboratory Animal Science Associations (FELASA), was held in Brussels in December 1996. The aim of the congress was to bring together people from diverse backgrounds to stimulate discussion and debate on the ethics of animal research, and to seek areas of common ground between the animal protection movement and animal researchers. The speakers therefore represented a wide range of views, and included research scientists, government regulators, philosophers and animal welfarists.
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