Aotearoa Animal Rights Conference – cancelled due to Covid-19
Animal exploitation is embedded in our social and economic structure, culture and food production systems, both in Aotearoa/New Zealand and globally. Intensive animal farming is destroying the environment and contributing to the climate crisis. Animals are exploited for profit in every corner of the world, and politicians seem unwilling or unable to do anything about this. There is hope though. Resistance is growing. Young people are marching against climate change. Veganism is spreading, and animal exploitation industries are on the defensive. It is time to come together and strategise for the future.
The next national Animal Rights Conference will be held in Wellington May 2 and 3, 2020. Everyone interested in helping build a stronger animal rights movement based on courage, compassion and social justice for all is welcome to attend. The conference will feature international speakers, activists old and new from around the country and two days of exciting workshops, films and lectures.
Find out more here.