We're thrilled to announce that our Celebrity Animal Activist Awardee is a famous TV anchor. TV and film actresses Charlotte Ross and Elaine Hendrix will also be recognized at the Saturday night Awards Banquet. Get the tickets now!
Pre-register online by July 12th or call 800-632-8688 for a printed badge and fast check-in. On-site registration (full, weekend or single day) is also available.
Limited exhibit space is still available at great rates.
Save money with our low-income discounts, conference staffing, discounted meals, free snacks and room-sharing options.
This year's event will be held at the Westin LAX, a magnificent convention hotel located at 5400 West Century Blvd (near LAX Airport, west of I-405), Los Angeles, CA.
Animal Rights 2009 is the world's largest and longest-running animal rights gathering, hailing back to 1981. It is a forum for sharing knowledge, discussing strategies, networking, and "recharging our batteries" with old friends and new. Whether you're a seasoned activist or just curious, AR2009 has something for everyone! We're only in Los Angeles, every two years, so don't miss it!
FARM, In Defense of Animals, Sea Shepherd
Animal Acres, International Primate Protection League
ACT Radio, Anti-Fur Society, E/Environmental Magazine
Eko Zone, Healing Species, League of Humane Voters, Mercy For Animals
Skin Trade, Stop Animal Exploitation Now!
United Poultry Concerns, VegNews Magazine
Please support the international campaign to stop the building of a primate breeding facility in Guayama City in Puerto Rico. There is already local opposition to this construction and we want to offer our support by launching an international effort to stop Puerto Rico from becoming a major player in the cruel trade in primates for research. We understand that the project is being led by Bioculture, a primate supply company from Mauritius that ships long-tailed macaques around the world to be used in research
Such a proposal is highly controversial and is a major step backwards at a time when the ethical and scientific use of nonhuman primates in research is being challenged internationally by scientists as well as others.
Primates are highly intelligent, social animals with complex behavioral and psychological needs. The cruelty and suffering involved in the international trade in primates for research has been well documented; in particular, the injuries and mortalities involved in the capture of monkeys from the wild and the stress and suffering involved in their confinement in captivity. The common fate of many primates in the research industry is to be used in toxicity testing which involves the forced ingestion, inhalation or injection of potentially lethal and poisonous chemicals
Please help by writing to the following people calling on them to dissociate Puerto Rico from the suffering and cruelty inherent in the trade in primates for research. If the construction is allowed to go ahead then this will not only result in the suffering of thousands of monkeys, it will also have a negative and detrimental impact on Puerto Rico’s image abroad.
British Union for the Abolition of Vivisection (BUAV)
International Primate Protection League (IPPL)
Grâce à des subventions qu'à reçus Fauna nous avons pu effectuer quelques modifications pour accomoder les chimpanzés sur leurs nouvelles îles. Des promenades plus agréables, des escaliers, des aires de repos plus confortables sur les plateformes ont été ajoutés en plus de toitures pour garder tout le monde au sec sans oublier un toit sur la promenade pour faire un peu d'ombre pour les chimpanzés.Here is how it is coming along!!
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