Philip Lymbery, Compassion CEO

Philip Lymbery

Speaking Dates

Speaking Dates

Philip Lymbery will be speaking at the following events in 2017:

  • 16th March 2017 - The University of Winchester (The Stripe, King Alfred Campus, Sparkford Road, Winchester, SO22 4NR): Dead Zone: Where the Wild Things Were Lecture, 1800hrs
  • 17th March 2017 - Minehead, Somerset - Pasture Power: Exmoor's golden future one day conference, Beach Hotel, 9.30am-4.00pm
  • 25th March 2017 – Book Pride Fair, Milan, Italy (details coming soon)
  • 26th March 2017 – Evolution Festival, Prague, Czech Republic (details coming soon)
  • 30th/31st March 2017 – Dublin, Ireland (details coming soon)
  • 19th April 2017 – Madrid, Spain (details coming soon)
  • 20th April 2017 – Barcelona, Spain (details coming soon)
  • 6th May 2017 – ReThinking Animals Summit, New York, USA (details coming soon)
  • 22nd May 2017 – Dead Zone Exhibition, Natural History Museum (details coming soon)
  • 23rd May 2017Bristol Festival of Ideas, Bristol, 1230hrs
  • 26th May 2017The Big Bath Debate: Food, Bath Festival, Bath, 1000hrs
  • 18th June 2017 – York Festival of Ideas, York, 1450hrs
  • 21st/22nd June 2017 - Eurogroup for Animals Annual General Meeting, Brussels 
  • 24th June 2017 – Compassion in World Farming Supporter Conference (details coming soon)
  • 27th June 2017Bloomsbury Institute, Bloomsbury Publishing, 50 Bedford Square, London WC1B 3DP (details coming soon)
  • 10th – 14th July 2017 – South Africa (details coming soon)
  • 26th/27th August 2017River Cottage Festival (details coming soon)
  • 1st-3rd September 2017 - 2017 AJC Decatur Book Festival, Decatur, Atlanta, USA
  • 5th-6th October 2017 – Compassion in World Farming International Conference – Extinction and Livestock, Queen Elizabeth II Centre, London, UK

Please check back for more upcoming speaking events soon.

 


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Compassion in World Farming campaigns to end factory farming. My new book, Dead Zone, explores the links between factory farming and the demise of our iconic wildlife, and what we can do to save it.

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