Why would you CARE? Reasons to attend Conference on Animal Rights in Europe 2023

The annual Conference on Animal Rights in Europe is right around the corner. CARE 2023 will be held on August 17–20 in a hybrid format — in person in Warsaw and online via Eventory. Here’s why we think you should be there.

What is CARE?

CARE is an international conference aimed at connecting and inspiring animal rights groups across Europe and beyond.

This year, again, CARE will be a hybrid event. Participants can attend it in person, at the Faculty of Modern Languages ​​at the University of Warsaw, or join the conference online via our partner’s platform, Eventory.


Why would you CARE?

Through the conference, we equip animal activists with valuable tools and knowledge to make a meaningful impact on behalf of animals. It serves as a platform for sharing experiences, learning effective strategies, and fostering lively discussions within the movement. By building strong connections, CARE empowers activists to work more effectively in safeguarding animals and advancing their well-being.

We believe that creating a global animal rights movement is a crucial aspect of our global mission. Animal suffering knows no boundaries, and it’s vital to establish and strengthen the movement in places where animals need help the most.

CARE 2023 will explore a diverse range of topics, including:

  • campaigning,
  • crisis management and strategic planning,
  • fundraising and organizational development,
  • organization and team management,
  • building the animal rights movement,
  • legislation and lobbying,
  • communication, media, marketing,
  • and more.


Check out the program

In addition to informative lectures, the event provides an opportunity to network with both the speakers and attendees. Moreover, there will be a Career Fair, where you can connect with organizations searching for new advocates to support animal causes. You’ll get the opportunity to talk with them, explore current job openings, and ask questions. Also, a co-working space will be available on Thursday, August 17, and Monday, August 21. Make sure not to miss the chance to join speed meetings, panels, and meetups, creating valuable connections and exchanging ideas with like-minded people.

Sunday, August 20, has been reserved exclusively for networking.


This event is a perfect opportunity to connect, get inspired, and learn. It’s open to all, regardless of their experience level, and you can participate from anywhere in the world via the Internet. Join us for high-quality lectures, valuable knowledge-sharing sessions, and impactful discussions. Together, we’ll become a strong movement for the animals. Save the date and be ready for an inspiring and transformative experience!

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