If you have been inspired by the book Equus Lost? or are seeking ways to further your relationship with your horses, or have questions about how horses are currently viewed and utilised, or how cognitive horses are then this seminar is for you. It is a rare opportunity to learn more about the work of José and her partner Dr. Francesco De Giorgio – Author, Biologist, Cognitive Ethologist and Specialist in Non Human Animals Quality of Life, here in the UK. José will share some of Learning Animals’ mission topromote the emotional, affiliative and cognitive life of (non human) animals.
The Learning Animals Introduction seminar "From the Animal perspective" will be held in Austria, University of Innsbruck on Thursday the 14th of December 2018.
Learning Animals, care to go beyond.
Kijken vanuit de aandacht van een dier
Learning Animals is preparing for a Learning Horse Study program UK-edition !
"Learning Horse is a unique human-animal study where the importance of equine cognition will be translated to your day-to-day reality. An intriguing study program created to bridge the gap between the equine and human point of view."
Learning Animals in Kenya: A journey into Africa, from the 26th of September until the 2nd of October 2014.
Within this journey, Learning Animals will be giving a two-days workshop at the Muringa farm in Subukia - Kenya.
The International Society for Applied Ethology (ISAE) Committee, has approved our Learning Animals contribution to the 48th International Congress, 29 July/02 Aug 2014, Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain
Title of the work:
"Moving on to a new coexistence | Understanding Equine Socio-Cognition in the horse-human relationship, for an ethical coexistence and for the preservation of quality of life."
The title of our contribution to ISAZ conference, July 19th to 22nd 2014, Vienna, Austria during the Satellite meeting on Ethics and Cognition. Messerli Research Institute, University of Veterinary Medicine, Vienna.
"Understanding equine cognition and zooanthropology in the horse-human relationship for an ethical coexistence and quality of life."
De Giorgio, F., De Giorgio-Schoorl, J. | Learning Animals, International Institute for Zooanthropology.
Start of the education program Learning Dog, italian edition 2014, Italy.
The importance of preserving mental, emotional and social abilities in dogs, for the dog as individual and in their relationship with human. In Milan, Italy the 29th and 30th March 2014, a two-day workshop rich in knowledge, imagination and inspiration about dogs and other animals, to understand them from a different perspective. Interested in the details? Mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
During the weekend we will talk about the animal-human relationship and what zooanthropology is. We will discuss and define what we mean with cognition, emotions and relationship. We will talk about the cognitive-zooanthropologic model (CZ model). We will look at the horse today: new insights from the horse point of view. And the human today: from a different point of view. We will also talk about ethics, ethology and zooanthropology in put it into a context.
Join us in Sweden on a very interesting workshop!
Back to our Senses: 'Understanding the importance of sensory information, how it relates to 'living in the moment', to be in contact with ourselves and with those around us'.
In a beautiful area in Sweden the weekend of 1 - 2 february 2014 will allow people into a journey of awareness
Start of the education program Learning Horse, italian edition 2014, Italy
Understanding the importance of our sensory information, and how it relates to 'living in the moment'
The importance of mental, emotional and social abilities in dogs, for the dog as an individual and in their relationship with human.
The importance of preserving mental, emotional and social abilities in dogs, for the dog as individual and in their relationship with human.