Quarter of the European Parliament signs request for parliamentary inquiry into animal transport abuses

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Party for the Animals presents a ten-point plan against horror condi­tions in the livestock industry

A ten-point plan against abuse in the Dutch livestock industry and slaughterhouses. The Dutch Party for the Animals presented it last week in the Dutch Lower House to the Minister of Agriculture. This happened after more horror practices in the meat sector were unveiled. “We cannot wait any longer. If we do not intervene now, it means that we knowingly choose for countless animals to be seriously ...

Unique in the EU: Animal welfare is binding part of Brexit nego­ti­a­tions

“Animals should not become victims of Brexit” The European Parliament wants the European Union (EU) to make animal welfare a binding part of its negotiations on the future relationships between the EU and the United Kingdom. A proposal of the Dutch Party for the Animals to this end was supported in the European Parliament.

Party for the Animals places trade in wild animals as a cause of infec­tious diseases on the WHO agenda

The Dutch House of Representatives supported a motion by the Party for the Animals last week to add the trade in wild animals to the agenda of the next meeting of the World Health Organization (WHO). As far as the Party for the Animals is concerned, this is the first step towards a European import ban on wild animals.The trade in and consumption of wild animals, and products that incorporate wild ...