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“It's about time the Flemish government follows suit and prohibits fur farming in Flanders”
You only want to wear labels who don’t use fur? You are so right! GAIA can help you find fashion that is guaranteed fur-free.
On the occasion of World Animal Day on October 4th, GAIA has launched the idea that the dignity and welfare of animals be enshrined in the Belgian Constitution, as a fundamental duty.
GAIA’s surprise action against slaughter without stunning at the so-called “modular” slaughterhouse in Brussels set up for the Feast of Sacrifice
GAIA filed a complaint to end the discrimination which grants criminal immunity for people of Muslim and Jewish faith to slaughter animals without stunning
"Pawtition" for a ban on experiments on dogs and cats
Mit einer „Pattition“ vereint GAIA in ihrer Sommertournee Menschen und Haustiere im Kampf gegen Tierversuche in Laboratorien
"Pootitie/Pattition" at the heart of GAIA’s Summer Tour unites humans and their best friends against the use of dogs and cats as lab animals.
The Belgian subsidiaries of Weight Watchers and Aldi have recently expressed their desire to source eggs from alternative farming methods (open air or free range), and have committed to ban the use of battery-laid eggs from their products.
"The European Commission must act now by revising current regulations"
Veritable temple of fur in Belgium, Pelsland was declared bankrupt last month by the court of Antwerp.
Owner of fur farm in Langemark, West-Flanders, shuts down farm.
The famous philosopher visited GAIA on the occasion of our 24th birthday!
New campaign for the World Day of Laboratory Animals: our pets want a revolution!
From now on the Antwerp Zoo and Planckendael will apply a no kill policy regarding "surplus" animals.
"Stunning is the only way to minimize animal suffering"
Animal rights organisation GAIA has published the overwhelming findings of a recent investigation conducted in Argentina and Uruguay on the trade in horse meat for export to the EU and Belgium.
Against the suffering of ducks and geese for the production of foie gras
A Christmas ad urging the public not to eat foie gras
New report on the welfare of ducks in foie gras production