Geertrui Cazaux

Geertrui Cazaux

Geertrui Cazaux graduated in criminology and environmental sciences (1995). As a research assistant, she explored the sociology of human-animal relations, (PhD anthropocentrism and speciesism in contemporary criminology, 2002). She later on worked in youth care and as a policy advisor.

Now full time at home because of chronic diseases, she enjoys gardening and taking care of other animals. She writes about veganism and animal rights at and



Ableism, bodyshaming and health shaming. On intersections and inclusiveness.

This talk explores the intersections between ableism and speciesism. Is there ableism in the animal rights/vegan movement? What points should we take into account to become an inclusive movement? The talk will specifically address issues of bodyshaming and health shaming.

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