Interview with Adolfo Sansolini on xpolitix: The Ethical Lobbyist
(11/12/2014)

Adolfo Sansolini has been interviewed for the Italian blog xpolitix about his work as an ethical lobbyist for animal welfare.

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Survivors: IHP’s beautiful 2015 Calendar
(05/12/2014)

Italian Horse Protection (IHP) has produced a calendar for 2015, presenting photographs of 12 of the animals it has rescued from situations of mistreatment.

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Report highlights rabies risk from puppies smuggled into the UK
(14/11/2014)

A report released today by the Dogs Trust says that puppies are smuggled into the UK with the help of corrupt vets. AWAT: never buy a friend but always adopt one.

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AW app helps consumers shop in the USA, Canada, Brazil and Peru
(12/11/2014)

Humane Farm Animal Care (HFAC) manages the Certified Humane Raised and Handled standard. It launched an app for consumers in the USA, Canada, Brazil and Peru.

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Woolworths ZA steps up its animal welfare policies
(30/10/2014)

South African supermarket chain Woolworths announced the end of the use of sow stalls to restrain pregnant sows for all their fresh pork production

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Malta bans animal circuses
(21/10/2014)

The Maltese Parliament has approved a bill which prohibits the use of any animals in circuses, in the UK a less ambitious proposal is stalling in the parliament

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Animal Welfare – Adolfo Sansolini: Animal Welfare Consultant
(08/10/2014)

Adolfo Sansolini’s comments on the potential for farm animal welfare in Latin America after his presence at the 5th International Livestock Forum in Medellin.

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Progress for pig welfare in Brazil
(02/10/2014)

Progress for pig welfare in Brazil
They are called sow stalls in Europe and gestation crates in America. They are instruments of confinement for sows, which are trapped within narrow metal bars for most of their lives…

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New book on the welfare of transported animals
(01/10/2014)

Dr Alexander Rabitsch, veterinarian with extensive experience as an animal transport inspector in Austria, published the book ‘Animal Transport – Assertions and Reality’

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Greece and Italy guilty of breaching hen welfare Directive
(26/09/2014)

The EU Court of Justice has found Italy and Greece guilty of breaching the EU Directive for the welfare of laying hens, but no fine has been imposed on them.

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