United Animal Nations (UAN)
Nations Unies des animaux
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8 Nov 1979, Geneva (Switzerland), by Franz Weber Foundation, at constituent Assembly when a Charter of the United Animal Nations -- Charte des Nations Unies des Animaux -- Charta der Vereinten Tiernationen was signed. Registered in accordance with Swiss law.
Promote the fundamental knowledge that animals are not only worthy of protection and conservation because they are profitable to man for economic, aesthetic and ecological reasons, but that animals in their quality as independent parts of Creation have a right to existence and development independent from man and that such right is an expression of the primaeval and fundamental Law which guarantees life on our planet; obtain incorporation of such knowledge into human legislation in the form of clear-cut and unequivocal laws which guarantee conservation of nature and animal species and prevent destruction and torture of animals; obtain legal status for animal populations.Available with paid subscription only.
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