IAHAIO 14th Triennial International Conference: 10-13 July 2016, Paris

in English avec traduction simultanée en français. Pour les modalités d’inscription en français, cliquez ici.

There will also be simultaneous translation into Japanese.

IAHAIO is very proud to announce details of its forthcoming international conference in Paris, 10-13 July 2016 (Welcome Reception evening of 10th July). This conference provides a unique opportunity for students, researchers, practitioners from different professions and sectors (health, social care, veterinary care, animal welfare etc) to share in the latest findings and programmes across the globe in the exciting field of human-animal interactions. Our triennial conferences traditionally attract outstanding keynote speakers and we are delighted that Temple Grandin will be joining us  – further details on the programme and content will be provided on our website as speakers are confirmed.

Our website provides details of everything you need to know about the conference on our dedicated conference page - content, speakers, registration, accommodation/hotels, social event. Please note that we are no longer accepting any abstract submissions as the deadline has now passed.

Our mission for this conference is to share a new vision and status of HAI in society and we warmly extend an invitation to participate to all who wish to be part of this unveiling of a new paradigm. Paris is a most beautiful city and a perfect setting for our conference. Do join us for this unmissable event in the HAI calendar - registration closes 20 June. Please see our conference flyer that can be displayed or circulated to interested friends and colleagues. 



IAHAIO Triennial International Conference 2016, Paris

IAHAIO 2016 conference: Guidelines for presenters now available

If you are presenting an oral, poster or workshop at the forthcoming conference in July, please see our Guidelines for presenters for further details on how to prepare and what to expect at the conference.

Closing date for registration is 20 June. Visit our dedicated 2016 conference page for further details and the online registration links.

Modules in Anthrozoology

We are excited to announce the launch of an exciting new education initiative by the Open University of the Netherlands and IAHAIO - Modules in Anthrozoology. These online modules offer a series of short, theme-based learning blocks for professionals that are already working with animals, and for anyone who is new to the field of human-animal interactions. You can work through the course in your own time, at your own pace.

For further information on fees, dates, course content and to register, click here.