ISAZ Satellite Workshop: Human Behaviour Change for Animals – Designing Interventions and Measuring their Impact

2nd September 2020

The ISAZ 2020 conference has been re-scheduled and will now take place in early September. Our workshop will take place the day before the Conference on the 2nd September.

Understanding how and why people behave the way they do can provide solutions to challenging issues that affect animals. This HBCA workshop will introduce the key concepts, principles and theories regarding the science of human behaviour change, together with exploring how interventions can be designed and evaluated. There will be case studies throughout the day to bring the theory to life in a practical setting, and the workshop will include presentation, reflection and workshop elements.

Jane Clements

A chat with Jane Tell us a little bit about you and your journey into behaviour change in relation to improving the lives of animals? I have 22 years’ experience in animal welfare, starting with an Equine Science background. I… Read more »

University of Liverpool
Central Teaching Hub
Off Brownlow Hill
L69 7BX

10am – 4pm

The early bird rate is £65, increasing to £85.  Refreshments will be provided but please bring your own lunch.

Places will be prioritised to people working directly with clients.  For more information please email  We will be opening for bookings in May.

The Course Facilitators are the HBCA’s Jane Clements and Jo White.  This workshop is partly sponsored by Cats Protection, who will also be co-facilitating this workshop as part of the HBCA team.