Posted: 07.11.2017
 
People have been arguing for vegetarianism for a very long time. The history of animal advocacy stretches back to iron age Greece and India, where voices emerge from prehistory challenging the idea that other animals exist solely for humans. This 15-part series tells the whole story, from antiquity to the present, spanning the world. There are dozens of experts, visits, and dramatic readings. I’ve examined a...
Posted: 08.08.2016
 
Animals Deserve Absolute Protection Today And Tomorrow ADAPTT ADAPTT ►All About Veganism This page answers nearly every question about veganism, from evolution and creation to the economy and vitamin B12. To read these sections in your order of preference, just click on your chosen title from the list below. The "Back to List" link at the bottom of the page will return you to this list. You can also follow...
Posted: 16.07.2016
By Dr. Will Tuttle
Recent events highlight the injustice and violence of racism, sexism, heterosexism, and gross economic inequity, which cause tremendous suffering in our world, and even within many social justice movements, including the vegan movement. How can we get to the roots of these issues, and what role does the accepted materialism of our society play in this? How can each of us contribute most effectively to cultural...
Posted: 22.12.2015
 
Chers amis, It is an honour for me to be accepted on this forum, despite my non-jain background. Very many thanks for your open minded welcome, and let me apologise for my lack of recent activity. As most of you must be aware of, vitamin B12 isn't synthesised by any animals, nor plants, or even mushrooms. We all belong to the eukaryotic group, and none of us possess the required enzymes to synthetise B12. Only...
Posted: 14.04.2015
By Pravin K. Shah
Contents: 1.0 Jain Ethics and Compassion 2.0 Survival of Life and Ethical Living 3.0 Universal Law of Mother Nature 4.0 Justification of Dairy Product Consumptions in the Past 5.0 Contemporary Dairy Product 5.1 Contemporary Dairy Industry 5.2 Organic Dairy Farm: 6.0 Ecological Impact of the Dairy and Meat Industry 7.0 Ecological Impact of Styrofoam and Plastics Materials 8.0 Conclusion 1.0 Jain Ethics and...
Posted: 07.04.2015
 
Apr 2, 2015 13:44 IST By N. Surabhi I have spent the last ten years fighting animal abuse. It's been both a personal campaign as well as a professional career. I've travelled across India and beyond to understand the circumstances in which animals are mistreated and why there's so much apathy towards suffering in the land of ahimsa. I have witnessed and documented the agony that animals experience right from...
Posted: 17.11.2014
 
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals Today, following an intense campaign by PETA India and MP Maneka Gandhi, the Drug Controller General of India, Dr GN Singh, announced that testing cosmetics and their ingredients on animals will not be permitted in India . This is a landmark victory and means that countless animals will be spared the horrors of experimentation in Indian laboratories. No more guinea...
Posted: 30.10.2014
 
Federation of Jain Associations in North America JAINA Education Committee WORLD COMPASSION AND VEGAN DAY Federation of JAINA, Young Jains of America, Young Jain professionals, Ahimsak Eco-Vegan Committe and many Jain centers of North America jointly celebrate Nov. 1, 2014 as a World Compassion and Vegan Day. Several activities will be taking place in Jain centers of North America. Please be VEGAN on this day...
Posted: 30.10.2014
 
The Huffington Post Kathy Stevens, Founder and director, Catskill Animal Sanctuary Posted: 03/10/2014 11:03 am EDT Updated: 05/10/2014 5:59 am EDT I'm making a prediction: America will be vegan by 2050. Sound preposterous? Not if we work together to make it happen. Consider that until the 1900s millions of young children worked in our factories... and how untenable that would be today. Consider that a country...
Posted: 15.08.2014
 
Animals Weekly Animals Weekly is a soon-to-be launched press agency and news site that will offer animal-centred news about the British meat industry to the mainstream media. We recognise that media coverage of the industry either disregards or minimises the Himsa committed against animals. By providing media outlets with animal-centred news that is accurate, well-referenced and balanced, Animals Weekly aims to...

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