International Vegetarian Union (IVU)
IVU logo 35th World Vegetarian Congress
'Food for all our futures'

Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh, Scotland
July 8-14, 2002
Hosted by

The Vegetarian Society
of the United Kingdom

Progamme - Tuesday, July 9
From
To
Session 1 Session 2 Session 3 Session 4
7.00am
  Wake up with Yoga with Margaret Gunn King
7.30am
9.00am
Breakfast
9.00am
10.00am
Reena Khubchandani
Veganism in the East:
popularisation
Claude Pasquini
Animal emotions and intelligence:
Towards the abolition of speciesism

( double session)
Sandra Hood
Title awaited
Cordon Vert
Demo - A taste of Scotland
10.00am
11.00am
Derek Antrobus
Vegetarianism - a philosophy of diet or philosophy of life?
Thomas Schoenburger
Workshop on Vegetarian Living in Germany.
Cordon Vert
Demo - Not Just a Garnish! Use of herbs.
11.00am
11.30am
Coffee/ tea break
11.30am
12.30pm
Alan Watson Featherstone
Vegetarian diet and the restoration of the Caledonian Forest
John Morlino
Reaching People's Hearts: Inspiring others to adopt a Vegan lifestyle.
Nikolai Kalanov
Vegetarianism in Russia - Past, Present & Future
Gerry Coffey Awsome/Rawsome
Desserts
12.30pm
2.00pm
Lunch
2.00pm 3.00pm Joyce D'Silva
Tweak a Gene - genetic engineering and farm animals
Francisco Martin
Animal Rights: A test of civilization
Brian Jacobs
Hypnotherapy - a way to break those eating habits
Cordon Vert
Demo - East meets West
3.00pm

4.00pm

Juliet Gellatly
Campaigning to save the world
Maxwell Lee
Answering difficult questions
Sandra Hood
Title Awaited
Cordon Vert
Demo - Mushroom dishes
from around the world
4.00pm
4.30pm Coffee/ tea break
4.30pm
6.15pm
Plenary Session : Animal Issues
Chair: Maxwell Lee
with
Animal issues with Joyce D'Silva, director of Compassion in World Farming
Juliet Gellatley, Founder and Director of VIVA!
Francisco Martin, organiser Spanish Vegan Society
6.30pm
8.00pm
Evening meal
8.00pm
- The Celtic Graces: song, dance and clarsach (celtic harp) (Auditorium)
Interactive Congress - send a question to any of these speakers