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Creating a World where Animal Welfare Matters and Animal Cruelty has Ended
Apr 1, 2011Norway’s 2011 whaling season has officially begun ahead of renewed calls for the Norwegian government to rethink its whaling policy.
Mar 11, 2011WSPA has endorsed a ballot initiative being promoted by Washingtonians for Humane Farms – a coalition of animal protection and environmental groups, family farmers and food safety advocates working to end the extreme confinement of egg-laying hens in tiny cages.
Mar 8, 2011Globally acclaimed singer Leona Lewis has lent her support to a campaign against the spread of industrial dairy farming in Britain.
Feb 28, 2011Following discussions with WSPA, eBay decided to amend its policy in Korea to prohibit the sales of pets on its Korean website, Auction.co.kr.
Feb 18, 2011Thanks to the actions of thousands of WSPA supporters, Swedish and Finnish authorities are taking steps to end reindeer suffering.
Feb 18, 2011Following intense stand-offs with activists, Japan has pulled out of its annual whale hunt in the Southern Ocean mid-season.
Feb 16, 2011After a year of campaigning against Nocton Dairies’ plans for a factory dairy farm in Lincolnshire, England, WSPA is thrilled to announce that the plans have been withdrawn.
Feb 11, 2011WSPA and several other groups recently petitioned the U.S. Department of Commerce and the U.S. Department of the Interior to impose trade sanctions against Iceland.
Feb 8, 2011On Jan. 30, WSPA member society the Bioresource Research Centre (BRC) rescued three more bears from bear baiting in Pakistan, and transported them to the newly-opened Balkasar Sanctuary.
Feb 3, 2011Despite a late start to this year’s whaling season, activists have seen a Japanese fleet hunt in a designated sanctuary.
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