Time and again, animal rights campaigns have achieved victory by sprouting change in public opinion and policies, thanks to revelations from undercover investigations.
Author Federation of Indian Animal Protection Organizations
It’s clear that to protect dogs on the streets of India, Animal Birth Control alone is not enough. We must also start investing in other equally important and more immediately effective measures to end conflict between humans and dogs.
Featured in the Limca Book of Records 2017, FIAPO’s Living Free campaign reached out to 133,000 people and will save over 66,000 animals from ending up on people’s plates.
Based on FIAPO’s work in cities across India, here are five easy, tried and tested methods that are reliable, effective and quick for running an effective First-Aid program!
Much to the joy of India’s animal rights community, the government has released four new rules to regulate dog breeders, animal markets, case property animals, and aquariums and pet shops that sell fish.
Thousands of animals are slaughtered illegally across India due to ineffective implementation of laws and regulations. We need you to step up and join FIAPO’s campaign to bring justice!
Animal rights are for all animals, based on their intrinsic value and right to life. Gau Raksha, on the other hand, is an extremely narrow movement characterized by speciesism and sexism, and motivated solely by religious beliefs.
‘Eyes Wide Open,’ the first virtual reality programme of its kind in India, virtually teleports people inside factory farms to experience the cruelty of the dairy industry.
While animal activists rescue countless dogs in peril, few realize that thousands of dogs are routinely used in laboratories across India. The Sound of Silence campaign seeks to end testing on dogs in Indian labs.
Our investigations have revealed utmost cruelty in the dairy industry. So we have created a short film exposing the realities of the dairy industry. The question remains for you to answer: is milk the white gold, or the white lie?
In the wake of Uttar Pradesh’s crackdown on illegal slaughterhouses, and its repercussions, we must disentangle politics and religion from the fates of millions of sentient beings incognizant of such human concepts.