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    What does your country's constitution say about animals?

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    Browse to assist you in running your animal protection society

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Connecting the Animal Movement

World Animal Net (WAN) was established to improve communication and coordination among the world's animal protection groups. Today, WAN is the world's largest network of animal protection societies, with over 3,000 affiliates in more than 100 countries and Consultative Status at the United Nations. WAN works from offices in the United Kingdom, The Netherlands, the United States, and South Africa. Join us! 


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From the Blog

  • Reflections on the Animal Protection Movement +

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  • World Animal Net Attends the African Regional Forum on Sustainable Development +

    Introduction The final regional preparatory meeting of the UN’s 2017 Read More
  • WAN partners with RAPAD Morocco to Speak for Animals at UN Regional Meeting +

    As the UN’s 2017 High Level Political Forum (HLPF) draws Read More
  • Sustainable Development Goals and Animal Issues: Preparing for the UN’s High Level Political Forum +

    The Sustainable Development Goals and Animals Animal Protection Organizations (APOs) Read More
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