Animal Protection

Some articles on animal protection, animal, animals:

Chinese Animal Protection Network - Projects - Animal Rights in China
... The Animal Rights in China website was launched on 22 July 2006, and is the major portal for animal rights issues in China ... Academic research on animal ethics and networking of animal rights activists are important functions of this project ... a Chinese online encyclopedia of animal protection (APpedia) ...
Martin Balluch - Animal Rights Advocacy
... Balluch became active within the animal rights movement in 1985, moving to full-time advocacy in 1997 while at Cambridge ... Church in Cambridge in November 1998 in support of animal rights activist Barry Horne, who spent 68 days on hunger strike in an unsuccessful effort to have the government order a Royal ... In an article in Peter Singer's In Defense of Animals The Second Wave, Balluch describes his activism in Austria, which he says has given Austria animal protection legislation that, he writes, is among ...
Animal Law in Academia
... Animal law has been taught in at least 119 law schools in the U.S ... Animal law is also currently taught in 7 law schools in Canada ... there are Student Animal Legal Defense Fund (SALDF) chapters in 132 law schools, with an additional seven chapters in Canada ...
Animal Welfare In Nazi Germany - Measures
... century, kosher butchering and vivisection were the main concerns regarding animal protection in Germany ... According to Boria Sax, the Nazis rejected anthropocentric reasons for animal protection—animals were not to be protected for human interests—but for themselves ... called for actions against cruelty to animals and kosher butchering ...

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