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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

  • This Little Piggy: A Few Things Animal Advocates Should Know About Pigs +

    Chimpanzees. Elephants. Dolphins. Perhaps dogs. These are the animals that Read More
  • Why Animal Protection Advocates Are Lauding Pope Francis’s Encyclical, 'Laudato Si' +

    In the past several days, much attention has been riveted Read More
  • Book Review: Animal Impact by Caryn Ginsberg +

    “This book is so desperately needed in our movement. We Read More
  • Progress for Animals at the OIE: The Good, Bad, and Ugly! +

    I recently returned from Paris, where I attended the World Read More
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