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ALACT CONDEMNS THE ACT GOVERNMENT'S
2020 KANGAROO CULL

The ACT Government has decided to kill almost 2,000 local healthy wild kangaroos in Canberra's nature reserves from  Monday 16 June through to the end of July 2020. 

ALACT condemns this decision.

kangaroo and joeyThe drought and bushfires have impacted the kangaroo and other wildlife populations throughout Australia. The ACT Government’s reckless kangaroo slaughter not only sanctions significant acts of violence against an iconic and gentle native animal and its young, but also threatens the kangaroos ultimate survival in our so-called ‘bush capital’.

We need to hold the ACT Government accountable for validating the ongoing violence to kangaroos.

For more information on kangaroos in the ACT visit this website: http://www.anti-speciesist.com/project/stop-the-cull.

We urgently need your help to pressure the ACT Government to stop killing kangaroos.

Make your voice heard by emailing or calling the following people:

ACT Minister for the Environment

Mick Gentleman MLA: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it Phone: (02) 6205 0218

ACT Environment and Planning Directorate

Executive Director, Environment.
Ian Walker:  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  Executive Director, Environment.

ACT Parks and Conservation Service Director.
Justin Foley: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Director General of Environment, Planning and Sustainable Development.
Ben Ponton: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  Phone: (02) 6207 1683
Senior Director: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Direct action

We are seeking volunteers to assist with the kangaroo direct action campaign. Part of the direct action work requires small teams of people stationed outside the entrance of a nature reserve observing, watching and listening for activity, typically with your car. This is extremely useful activity. It can detect whether shooting is taking place at your reserve. It also sends a simple but strong message that members of our community oppose the killing of kangaroos.

If you can spare any time please get in contact with us as we’d love to hear from you.

Please email: www.al-act.org


* NOTICECOVID 19 *

ALACT social events are cancelled for the foreseeable future as everyone lies low to avoid the coronavirus threat.

See you on the other side, ready to get active again for animals!

 

ALACT's VEGAN MUNCH 'N CRUNCH

We all need some down-time, so join us for a coffee and vegan treats
at our next ALACT social brunch!

When: TBC
Where:
TBC

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Animal Liberation ACT's ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

Thanks to everyone for coming to Animal Liberation ACT’s Annual General Meeting on
Thursday, 30 January 2020

We looked back at the year that was, and got inspired for the new one!

AGM


We sponsored Canberra's Living Green Vegan Market!

Thanks for visiting our stall.

We featured pet food from Veganpet at
special market prices!

There were lots of new stalls and organisations!

When: Sunday 6 October 2019

Where: Albert Hall, Canberra

More information: www.lgf.org.au

LGVM Will be back Oct 19

Thanks for coming to the
MARCH TO CLOSE ALL SLAUGHTERHOUSES!

March 2CAS 2019

 

Duck killing season in Victoria

ACT rescuers joined in the rescue effort!

The Labor Government in Victoria announced that duck shooting would go ahead in 2019 despite drought conditions and record low wildlife numbers.

Shooting started weekend 16-17 March 2019.

Animal Liberation ACT members and supporters joined rescuers from around Australia to help rescue and protect wildlife from the shooters.

 

Duck Rescue 2019


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