World Vegetarian Day Event
Update: The event was fantastic with a great turnout and so many delicious food stalls and lots of other groups. Thanks to everyone who came along!
Keep Sunday the 2nd of October free for this fantastic day out!
The Vegetarian Society of Ireland are holding an event to mark World Vegetarian Day 2011 and we hope you will come along for the celebration. We'll have plenty of stalls in the main hall with a focus on: food, animal rights, environmental, booksellers, etc. There shall also be plenty talks lined up too.
The event is to take place from 12 until 5 pm.
Any queries please email vegday [at] vegetarian [dot] ie.
The First Announcement of Participants of WVD 2011 was released at the Vegetarian Society of Ireland AGM held on Saturday 10th of September 2011. See below for more details.
Any general queries please contact: vegday [at] vegetarian [dot] ie. If you are a business owner and would be interested in taking part or sponsoring us please get in contact. You can also follow us on Facebook and keep up to date with event details here.
- Alliance for Animal Rights
- Blazing Salads
- Cats Aid
- Delhi O Deli
- EO Ireland
- National Animal Rights Association
- Raven Books
- Sea Shepherd Conservation Society
- Sseduced Raw Foods
- The Happy Pear
- Tropical Oils Europe
- Vegan Ireland
- John Carmody (ARAN)
- Dr Vincent Carroll (Former chairperson of VSI)
- Dr Jon Green (CEO UK Vegetarian Society)
- Ed Long (ALiberation)
- Silvia Packter (Sseduced Raw Foods)
- Stephanie O'Flynn (PhD Student, NUI Galway)
- Rina Whyte (BDes, Dip Nutritional Therapy)
13:00-13:30 Rina Whyte (BDes, Dip Nutritional Therapy)
Healthy Vegetarian Options for All
13:30-14:00 Stephanie O'Flynn (NUI, Galway)
Irish Animal Protection Laws
14:00-14:30 John Carmody (Animal Rights Action Network)
One Can Make A Difference
14:30-15:00 Dr Jon Green (Chief Executive, The Vegetarian Society, UK)
Challenges for Vegetarianism in the 21st Century: Taking the Arguments to a Wider Audience
15:00-15:30 Silvia Packter (Sseduced Raw Foods)
Raw Lifestyle in Action
15:30-16:00 Ed Long (ALiberation)
Fur Factory Farms in Ireland
16:00-16:30 Dr Vincent Carroll (former chairperson of the Vegetarian Society of Ireland)
Lifestyle, Diet and Health