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EU bans bee killer thia­cloprid thanks to Party for the Animals

After ten years of fighting, Europe finally bans thiacloprid, an agricultural poison that is dangerous to bees and is associated with cancer. The poison also has negative effects on groundwater. The Party for the Animals has been requesting a ban since 2010. Member of the House of Representatives Esther Ouwehand has asked questions about thiacloprid several times and successfully gathered support ...

Esther’s blog: the all-important decade - what will you do?

A new decade has arrived and this decade will be decisive. We are in the midst of a climate crisis, nature crisis, and resource crisis. Worldwide, billions of animals and people are victims of this. The world is at a tipping point. That's why, just before New Year's Eve, we saw people of all ages and backgrounds take to the streets and demand action that their government keep our earth livable.

Wanted: Events & Commu­ni­ca­tions Officer for Animal Politics Foun­dation (16 to 20 hours per week)

The Animal Politics Foundation (APF) is the foundation behind the international political movement of the Dutch Party for the Animals. APF's objective is to anchor the rights of animals worldwide in democratic processes. It does this from a planet-wide vision that views the interests of humans, animals, nature and the environment in conjunction. To this end, APF offers worldwide support, political...