• Organisation LINK PLUS has organised a series of panel discussions entitled “Responsibilities and Challenges” in cooperation with Belgrade municipalities in 2013.

prevention of violenceKeynote speakers at panel discussions were experts, representatives of the Ministry of internal affairs, municipal authorities and civil society. Due to the increasing public interest in all issues related to animal abuse, we started the series with a panel discussion The Abuse of Animals and the Prevention of Violence in Society.

We would like to thank Milica Boskovic, Professor of the Faculty of Security Studies, University of Belgrade, Ana Batricevic, Research Assistant at the Institute of Criminological and Sociological Research Belgrade, Mirjana Mitrović, Member of the Municipal Council at Municipality of Vracar, Nenad Vranjevac, Speaker of the Municipal Assembly at Municipality of Zemun, Leila Ruzdic, Head of the Office for free legal advice and psychosocial support to victims of domestic violence at Municipality of Zvezdara, DVM Snezana Vostinarov and police inspectors Milan Miletic and Miodrag Benovic. Photos

  • animal_hoardingOrganisation LINK PLUS has organised another first public debate on a problem that has never been discussed in Serbia. The panel discussion on Animal hoarding was organised in Humans Rights House Belgrade on 30th May 2013 during the Civic Organisations Fair. The Fair was organised by the Agency for European Integration and the Cooperation with Associations of the City of Belgrade.

Keynote speakers were: Ana Batricevic, Research Assistant at the Institute of Criminological and Sociological Research Belgrade, Tomislav Sedmak, Professor of the Faculty of Political Science, Snezana Vostinarov, DVM, Darko Drobnjak, DVM, Nikola Radovic, Veterinary Chamber of Serbia, Natasa Vukmirovic, LINK PLUS. Photos

  • Organisation LINK PLUS organised a series of public debates "Humans and Animals" (2011-2013) in cooperation with Belgrade Youth Centre. Posters were designed by Jakov Ponjavic from BYC. Photos were taken by Silvija Maric, Ana Tosic, Sasa Stokic, Natasa Vukmirovic and Bojana Bulatovic Bo. We have organised ten panel discussions:

animal_abuseAnimal Abuse, 27th September 2011
Organisation LINK PLUS (Humans for Animals) has organised the first panel discussion on animal abuse in Serbia.
Keynote speakers were: Vladimir Dimitrijevic, Professor of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Tomislav Sedmak, Professor of the Faculty of Political Science, Natasa Vukmirovic, LINK PLUS, Sasa Stokic, DVM and Vladimir Terzin, DVM, Dusan Carnic and Simonida Stankovic, artists and volunteers. Photos

responsibe_ownerOn Responsible Ownership – A Strategy to Solve the Problem of Stray Animals, 8th November 2011
Organisation LINK PLUS participated in creating the Strategy to solve the problem of stray animals  in the City of Belgrade and organised a presentation and a public debate on the Strategy. Keynote speakers were: Marijana Vucinic, Professor of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Vladimir Terzin, Deputy Secretary, Secretariat for Utilities and Housing Services of the City of Belgrade, Dusica Zegarac, Actress, Natasa Vukmirovic, LINK PLUS, Grgo Tikvicki, Chairman of the Veterinary Chamber of Serbia, Zoran Katrinka, Veterinary Chamber of Serbia - National Delegate in WVA. Photos

adopt_a_petAdopt a Pet!, 7th February 2012
Keynote speakers were: Tamara Dzamonja-Ignjatovic, Professor of the Faculty of Political Science, Milica Rankovic, Phoenix, and Natasa Vukmirovic, LINK. Photos

 

blue_dog_educationMeet the Blue Dog - Education on Responsible Ownership, 6th March 2012
Organisation LINK organised the debate in cooperation with Serbian Association of Small Animal Practioners (SASAP).  
Keynote speakers were: Nikoleta Kostic-Novak, DVM, Ljubomir Curcin, DVM, Ivan Rakic, DVM and Vladimir Terzin, DVM. Photos  Meet the Blue Dog

animal_welfare_campaignsAnimal Welfare Campaigns, 15th May 2012
Keynote speakers were: Aleksandar Ralev, Marketing manager at TV Studio B, Slavica Hinic, BITEF, Ivana Bajic, Producer, Aleksandra Djurasic, Lush, Bogdan Petrovic, a volunteer who adopted an abandoned dog Biba, and Biba, our special guest. Photos

 

 animal_assisted_therapyAnimal Assisted Therapy, 19th June 2012
Keynote speakers were: Marijana Vucinic, Professor of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Dobrila Jovanovic, Chairperson of the  Alliance for the Equine Rehabilitation Serbia, Jelena Obradovic, Equestrian Club "Arandjelovac", Vladimir Terzin DVM,  Svetlana Lalovic, Le PETit, Darko Perisic, Member of the Municipal Municipal Council at Municipality of Arandjelovac, Ana Batricevic, Research Assistant at the Institute of Criminological and Sociological Research Belgrade, and Zoran Mikan, Freedom for Animals. Photos

world_animal_dayWorld Animal Day, 4th October 2012
Keynote speakers were: Darko Drobnjak, DVM, Ana Batricevic, Research Assistant at the Institute of Criminological and Sociological Research Belgrade, Snezana Milovanovic, Freedom for Animals, Aleksandra Djurasic, Lush, Sandra Dilkic, DVM, Veterinary Chamber of Serbia, Tamara Stanojevic, DVM, SASAP – Blue Dog Team, Olga Divnic, DVM, Veterinary Institution Veterina Beograd, Milica Sevarlic, Belgrade Youth Centre, Natasa Vukmirovic, LINK PLUS, Svetlana Lalovic, Le PETit, and many volunteers. Photos

dog_fights“Dangerous” Dogs and Dog fighting, on 11th December 2012
Keynote speakers were: Ana Batricevic, Research Assistant at the Institute of Criminological and Sociological Research Belgradeand Nenad Milojevic, FCI, Delegate of the Kennel Club Serbia in the Commission for the work of trained dogs at FCI and activists that advocate non-discrimination policy toward dogs. Photos

 

cats_and_humansOn Cats and Humans: Meet the Creature that Saved the World, 15th January 2013
Keynote speakers were: Dubravka Pavlovic, DVM and Svetlana Lalovic, Le PETit. Photos

 

 

food_and_feed_safetyFarm Animal Welfare, on 12th March 2013
Keynote speakers were: Ivan Rakic DVM.MRCVS.OVS, Maja Andrijasevic, Head of the Group fo Animal Welfare at the Veterinary Directorate, and Sergej Ivanov, Breeding organisation "Herd" doo Dimitrovgrad. Photos