Jamie Harris is a researcher at Sentience Institute, a think tank whose mission is to build on the body of evidence for how to most effectively expand humanity’s moral circle, and to encourage advocates to make use of that evidence.
SI is founded on the principle of effective altruism. He works to grow the effective animal advocacy community by organising local groups, an international directory, and a podcast. Jamie has a History degree from Oxford University and a Postgraduate Certificate in Education from Nottingham University.
He has volunteered for a variety of effective animal advocacy organisations including Faunalytics, The Humane League and the Good Food Institute.
In his talk at CARE, Jamie will discuss what animal advocates can learn from history and discuss it’s implications.