‘He means the world to me’: Human rights implications of separating older people from their pets in residential care/nursing homes.’ M. Fox & M. Toze at Old Friends Stakeholder Workshop, University of Exeter (online) 24th July 2023
‘Caring for Whom? The Governance of Companion Animals in Care Homes’ (Marie Fox & Michael Toze) 3rd Bi-annual Animal Law Conference, September 9th-10th 2021, John Moores University of Liverpool (virtual conference).
‘Pets in care homes: emotional connections and practical considerations’ (Mo Ray and Michael Toze) British Society of Gerontology Annual Conference, July 7-9th 2021, University of Lancaster (virtual conference).
‘Surrender and Loss’ (M. Fox) Pet Loss Network, April 21st 2021, Online Event, University of Durham.
‘“You wouldn’t ever be able to have them sleeping in your room, would you?” Companion animals, human rights in care homes and the concept of ‘defensible space’ (M. Fox) International Society for Anthrozoology Annual Conference September 3-5th 2020, University of Liverpool (virtual conference).
‘Are we Family? Defining the Legal Family to include Companion Species” (M. Fox, M. Ray & C. Gray) Socio-Legal Studies Association Annual Conference, April 2-5th 2019, University of Leeds.
‘Being Well Across the Species Barrier? Companion Species, Older People, and Residential Care’ (M. Fox & Mo Ray) Being Well Together, Wellcome Trust Conference, September 19th-21st 2018, University of Manchester.