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World Day for Farmed Animals Asia is on October 2nd and the Asia for Animals Coalition is supporting a great program of webinars and other activities in the lead up, beginning 28th Sept. We would be delighted to have you participate in this great collaboration to shine a light on the growing movement for farm animals across Asia.

Everything you need to know is on THIS SITE

Register for free webinars & subscribe for updates HERE

A central Facebook event is HERE

Know someone who is a hero for farm animals in Asia? Tell us their story HERE and we will publish as part of the “Humans of Farm Animal Welfare” profile series.

TELL US about your participation HERE and we will add it to the site & promote your activities via socials.

Here is a helpful SOCIAL MEDIA TOOLKIT and EVENT GUIDANCE DOCUMENT

Please help us to promote this event far and wide to your audience & contacts

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Published in World Animal Net Blog
Published in World Animal Net Blog
Published in World Animal Net Blog

The Sustainable Development Goals and Animals

Animal Protection Organizations (APOs) across the world were once again disappointed when the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) were agreed by UN member countries back in September 2015. These included no specific mention of Animal Welfare (AW), and no recognition of animal sentience. Instead, animals were lumped in with “natural resources”, and treated as if they were no more than inanimate objects to be divvied up for human use and profit. We were not alone in our disappointment, as other NGOs also pointed to the anthropocentric nature of the goals, and the fact that they overlook the central importance of nature and animals to our world and our humanity.

Published in World Animal Net Blog

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