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Das „Protokoll über den Tierschutz und das Wohlergehen der Tiere“, das dem EG Vertrag durch den Vertrag von Amsterdam beigefügt wurde, erkennt an, dass Tiere fühlende Wesen sind, und verpflichtet die europäischen Institutionen, bei der Festlegung und Durchführung der Gemeinschaftspolitik – auch im Forschungsbereich – den Erfordernissen des Wohlergehens der Tiere in vollem Umfang Rechnung zu tragen. Nachstehend finden Sie Links zu einigen laufenden oder kürzlich abgeschlossenen, von der Gemeinschaft unterstützten Forschungsprojekten, die eine wesentliche „Tierschutz-Komponente“ enthalten. Weitere Informationen zu landwirtschaftsbezogenen Projekten finden Sie auf der AGRINET-Website.

Project reference Title
   
FAIR CT 95-0046
Quality policy and consumer behaviour
part 1
part 2
FAIR CT 98-3678
Consumer concerns about animal welfare and the impact on food choice
TRUST
Food risk communication and consumers' trust in the food supply chain
TRUST in FOOD
Consumer trust in food: a European study of the social and institutional conditions for the production of trust
WEALTH
Welfare and health in sustainable aquaculture
ETHIQUAL
Ethical quality traits in farmed fish: The role of husbandry practices and aquaculture production systems
CONSENSUS
Sustainable aquaculture in Europe
FASTFISH
On farm assessment of stress level in fish
Welfare Quality
FOOD-CT-2004-506508
Integration of animal welfare in the food quality chain: from public concern to improved welfare and transparent quality
Laywel
SSPE-CT-2004-502315
Welfare implications of changes in production systems for laying hens
Code-efabar
FOOD-CT-2003-506506
Code of good practice for farm animal breeding and reproduction
Cloning in public
FOOD-CT-2004-514059
Farm animal cloning and the public – A project to facilitate a European public debate and to make recommendations on regulation and on guidelines for research and applications of farm animal cloning
COST 846
COST 846
Measuring and monitoring farm animal welfare
CATRA
QLK5-CT-1999-01507
Minimising stress inducing factors on cattle during handling and transport to improve animal welfare and meat quality
SEFABAR
QLG7-CT-2000-01368
Sustainable European Farm Animal Reproduction and Selection
FAIR-CT-1995-00075 Genetic solutions to health and welfare problems in poultry caused by painful skeletal disorders
FAIR-CCT-1997-03576 Feather pecking: solutions through understanding
FAIR-CT-1996-02049 Chain management of veal calf welfare
FAIR-CT-1998-04405 Network for animal health and welfare in organic agriculture
FAIR-CT-1998-04339 Embryonic origin of health and welfare: a new concept for understanding the susceptibility to diseases
BIO4-CT-1998-00055 The future developments in farm animal breeding and reproduction and their ethical, legal and consumer implications
ELSA - PECHE
FAIR-CT-1998-03821
Ethical, Legal and Social Aspects of Fisheries Management in Europe
Eadgene
FOOD-CT-2004-506416
European Animal Disease Genomics Network of Excellence for Animal Health and Food Safety
PCVD
FOOD-CT-2005-513928
Studies on the epidemiology, early pathogenesis and control of Porcine Circovirus Diseases (PCVDs)
Lamecow
QLK5-CT-2002-00969
A multidisciplinary approach to the reduction in lameness and improvement in dairy cow welfare in the European Community
Turkey gait disorders
QLK5-CT-1999-01549
The roles of selection and husbandry in the development of locomotory dysfunction in turkeys
SAFO
QLK5-CT-2002-02541
Sustaining Animal Health and Food Safety in Organic Farming
Mastitis resistance
QLK5-CT-2002-01186
New breeding tools for improving mastitis resistance in European dairy cattle
BBP
QLK5-CT-2001-01732
Broiler breeding production – solving a paradox
Qualityporkgenes
QLK5-CT-2001-01888
New gene tools to improve pig welfare and quality of pork
FAIR-CT-1998-03372 Organic salmon production and consumption: ethics, consumer perceptions and regulation

 
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