Monthly Archives: March 2018

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Green Brexit London Conference, County Hall, Westminster March 15

Green Brexit conference, County Hall, Westminster   On 15th March our Co- Founder attended the Prosperity UK London Conference at County Hall in Westminster which brought together farmers, environmental campaigners, conservationists, agri-tech entrepreneurs, research scientists and green investors to discuss the proposition that Green Brexit represents a new era for farming, fishing and the [...]

International Women’s Day: We celebrate women campaigners who work to advance animal welfare , 8 March 2018

International Women's Day: We celebrate women campaigners who work to advance animal welfare International Women’s Day (IWD) on March 8 has its roots in the Suffragette movement. The original aim of IWD was to achieve gender equality for women. The Suffragettes created much needed change in society and secured the right for women to vote. [...]

Sir David Amess MP talks on the advance of animal welfare on the BBC Daily Politics Show, 22 February 2018

The Daily Politics Show featured Conservative Animal Welfare Foundation Patron Sir David Amess MP and Luke Pollard MP of Labour's Shadow Environment team on animal welfare on the 22 February 2018: 'With the two largest political parties upping their game on appealing to pet lovers, those who vote could be swung by animal rights politics. [...]

UK Government to ban wild animal circuses by 2020, 27 February 2018

UK Government to ban wild animal circuses by 2020 Conservative Animal Welfare Foundation congratulates the UK Government on committing to ban the use of wild animals in travelling circuses in England by January 2020. The announcement was made in a ‘Post Implementation Review’ of the Welfare of Wild Animals in Travelling Circuses (England) Regulations [...]

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