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Timeline of Animal Charity Evaluators

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| 2018 || September 7 || Criticism || A blog post criticizing ACE's research is published at <code></code>, stating that some of ACE’s older research is of low quality. The post also emphasizes that ACE’s research on the impact of corporate campaigns is flawed, and consequently ACE’s research does not provide much reason to believe that its recommended charities actually improve animal welfare.<ref>{{cite web |title=Concerns with ACE research |url= | |accessdate=11 September 2018}}</ref> On the same date, ACE's new director of research publishes a post as a response, explaining ACE's position on its older intervention research, clarifying several points, and outlining some of ACE's research priorities for the coming year.<ref>{{cite web |title=ACE's Response to John Halstead |url= | |accessdate=11 September 2018}}</ref>
| 2019 || April 19 || || ACE announces its Spring 2019 Effective Animal Advocacy Fund Grants, disbursing about US$1.42 million of its US$1.94 million fund to 49 of the 106 received applications.<ref>{{cite web |title=ANNOUNCING OUR SPRING 2019 EFFECTIVE ANIMAL ADVOCACY FUND GRANTS |url= | |accessdate=5 December 2019}}</ref>
| 2019 || May 21 || || Victoria Schindel at ACE publishes report entitled Animal Advocacy in Brazil, concluding that although Brazilians’ attitudes towards animal welfare suggests that it is possible to persuade the Brazilian public that farmed animals deserve moral consideration, achieving an animal welfare reform is likely to be more difficult in Brazil than elsewhere due to the "significant political influence of producers and the lack of understanding of alternative systems of production."<ref>{{cite web |title=ANIMAL ADVOCACY IN BRAZIL |url= | |accessdate=5 December 2019}}</ref>

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