European Union for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
Union européenne contre l'emploi abusif des animaux (UEMTA)
Europäische Union gegen den Missbrauch der Tiere (EUMT)
1968-10-11 Frankfurt-Main Germany FR
11 Oct 1968, Frankfurt-Main (Germany FR). Also referred to in French as Union européenne contre le mauvais traitement des animaux. No recent activity reported since 1995.
Oppose: painful and pointless experiments on animals; disregard for, and exploitation of, the living being of animals; industrialized animal farming on a massive scale; wholesale slaughtering of birds, and destruction of their nesting grounds; slaughter of seal cubs and other fur-bearing animals; bullfights and cockfights. Advocate and support: attitudes and behaviour which are just to mankind, to the environment and to the animal kingdom; revision of laws governing experiments with animals; intensification of research into alternatives to experiments with animals.
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