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The Future of Animals Tasmania

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Animals Tasmania has a thirteen year history of advocating for non-human animals in Tasmania (in it’s current form and in it’s previous incarnation as Against Animal Cruelty Tasmania). Our aim has always been to speak for those who suffer unseen or unheard. Violence towards non-human animals is far-reaching and systemic. If you take the time to look it’s evident in so many aspects of daily life.

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March to End Slaughter

March to End Slaughter

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This is the inaugural March to End Slaughter in Hobart. It coincides with marches in Melbourne, Sydney and Adelaide, and the international March that began in Paris about 10 years ago, and has spread to cities around the world.

Although the official event title is March to Close All Slaughterhouses, the associated event material calls for meat & dairy abolition, and farming, fishing and hunting of animals to be abolished. Read More

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Media Release – Duck Shooters to Face the Music in Art-Meets-Activism Event

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MEDIA RELEASE
2 March 2016
Duck Shooters to Face the Music in Art-Meets-Activism Event
Saturday March 5 at dawn
Moulting Lagoon, Tasmania

The opening of the Tasmanian recreational duck shooting season next weekend will see the biggest turnout of duck rescuers in many years. 40 duck rescuers will gather at Moulting Lagoon as part of “Duck Lake” – a visual extravaganza Read More

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New Animals Tasmania website

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Animals Tasmania is proud to launch our new website.  The new site has been designed with simplicity and the Animals Tasmania aesthetic in mind.

We are also proud to launch our new online shop, online memberships and donations.

Thanks for your ongoing support!

 

Should fish be a part of our circle of moral concern? A public lecture

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A lecture on fish pain and cognition by eminent scientist Associate Professor Culum Brown of Macquarie University and the philosophy of fishing by PhD candidate Larelle Bossi of UTas.

We had a great turnout, around 70 people, which filled the lecture theatre, and considering the short notice of the event, it was fantastic to see this many people interested in learning more about fish.

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