In this issue we discuss Rob Gilchrist and how he was ousted as a police informant late last year. We also look at animal rights in China, inside slaughterhouses and how you can run a campaign, as well as much more.
Yet again we have added a new section ‘actions speak louder than words’. This new section will report back to readers on all the awesome above ground actions and campaigns being fought on the animals behalf across Aotearoa.
There were also the following articles:
Also in this issue you will find a DVD called ‘Who Are You Having For Dinner’ attached to the cover. This is a documentary about where meat comes from in Aotearoa and was produced by Animal Liberation Aotearoa. If you are reading online you can watch this film here.
In the spirit of change, we also say goodbye to one of our editors this issue. We are now looking for a new editor. If this sounds like something you would be interested please email us at email@example.com
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