WoDEF – World Day for the End of Fishing

  1. On 25th March 2017, the first ever World Day dedicated to aquatic animals was held. Initiated by the association PEA - Pour l'Egalité Animale, it has been relayed in many countries around the world, by dozens of collectives, associations and individuals.

    In Geneva, a whole weekend of events was organized: a lecture by American professor Jonathan Balcombe, the opening ceremony of the international exhibition "An other perspective on fishes", an information booth in the city center, and a great happening in front of the United Nations, calling for urgent attention to aquatic animals, and to act for their rights and the consideration of their interests. Nearly 10,000 fishes of white paper were placed on the Place des Nations, symbolizing the innumerable aquatic victims.

    For more information on the WoDEF and the "Another perspective on fishes" campaign, visit the World Day website: end-of-fishing.org

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  2. "Another perspective on fishes" is an international campaign for aquatic animals, claiming the end of their exploitation.
    The World Day for the End of Fishing is held the fourth Saturday of March every year. It offers an opportunity to progressive people and organizations to condemn the exploitation of aquatic animals and express solidarity with them.

    Join the campaign!
    end-of-fishing.org

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WoDEF – World Day for the End of Fishing

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The World Day for the End of Fishing is held the fourth Saturday of March every year. It calls public attention to the “aquatic question”, that is, the existence of sentient beings whose lives we usually ignore and who are subjected to routine violence.…


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The World Day for the End of Fishing is held the fourth Saturday of March every year. It calls public attention to the “aquatic question”, that is, the existence of sentient beings whose lives we usually ignore and who are subjected to routine violence. It offers an opportunity to progressive people and organizations to condemn the exploitation of aquatic animals and express solidarity with them.

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