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EXHIBITION Make Fur History

On 15/01/2018, in All posts, by Animal Welfare Intergroup
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The tide is turning against the practice of fur production within the EU as concerns about animal welfare and the ethics of fur continue to grow. Various European countries like the United Kingdom, Austria, Croatia, Slovenia, the Republic of Macedonia have already prohibited fur farming and the Netherlands, Czechia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia are presently phasing-out this industry. Also Poland is currently envisaging a ban on fur farming.

This exhibition will look into the various problems related to fur farming.
       

WHY THE FUR INDUSTRY BELONGS IN THE PAST

Tuesday 23 – Thursday 25 January 2018

Bar Area -3D| Altiero Spinelli building, 3rd floor

EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT BUSSELS

The ECR Members

Prof Ryszard Legutko MEP, 

Jadwiga Wiśniewska MEP,

Prof Zdzisław Krasnodębski MEP, 

Zbigniew Kuźmiuk MEP,

 Stanisław Ożóg MEP

 Valdemar Tomaševski MEP

 together with

the NGOs

Fur Free Alliance,

Otwarte Klatki

 Eurogroup for Animals

invite you to the

Official Opening

Tuesday 23 January

EXHIBITION SPACE 13.30-14.30

In the presence of

Ms Beata Mazurek, Deputy Marshal of the Polish Sejm,

Krzysztof Czabański, Member of the Polish Parliament,

Prof Andrzej Elżanowski, Polish Academy of Sciences,

with a video message of

Jarosław  Kaczyński, Chairman of the Law and Justice party

and an open letter by

Brigitte Bardot, actress and animal rights activist.

More info at :

WWW.MAKEFURHISTORY.EU

ROOM A5E2 14:30-17:00

14:30-16:30 | Roundtable discussion with Member States representatives, MEPs and representatives of academia and NGOs

16:30-17:00 | Cocktail reception

Please register here

 

 

 

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