'Save Korean Dogs' with Madeline Warren
In many Asian countries dogs are killed to provide food as a human delicacy and for their supposed medicinal qualities. South Korea is unique in that it is the only country that farms dogs for this reason, and the dogs are kept in particularly cruel conditions. Madeline Warren works with a Korean charity, Save Korean Dogs, which campaigns for better legislation, and also closes down the dogmeat farms. She will talk about Koreans’ changing attitudes to dogs, and hopes for the future.
Saturday 22nd September | 3pm |Archway Library | FREE