Tag: AJP

NSW MEETINGS TO MEET CANDIDATES

Posted on 05/15/13 in Campaigns, News, No Comments

Dear supporters We would like to invite you to the members’ Animal Justice Party campaign meetings and to meet the Candidate for NSW, Mark Pearson at all meetings, Candidates for the ACT, at the Queanbeyan meeting and the President, Steve Garlick at both the Queanbeyan and Sydney meetings.   Meetings will be held in Newcastle, [...]

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NEW POLITICAL ANIMAL SEEKS TO END LIVE EXPORT

Posted on 05/06/13 in News, Press Releases, No Comments

LUDWIG CALLED ON TO RESIGN AFTER YET ANOTHER APPALLING EXPOSE OF ANIMAL BRUTALITY UNDER HIS WATCH AND HIS DEPARTMENT’S COVER-UPS Sydney, 7 May 2013. The Animal Justice Party (AJP) will be fielding 10 candidates including 6 women, for the Senate in the September Federal Election in a bid to ban live export. According to Animal [...]

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PLEASE HELP US TO BE A VOICE

Posted on 01/26/13 in Campaigns, News, No Comments

Please help the AJP to be a voice in Canberra with any donation via our first social media fundraiser,  every cent is appreciated so if you can afford just $5 or $10, it will all help. For just $20 you can also become an AJP member and join the fight to for animal justice. See link below [...]

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AJP to stand candidates in 2013 Federal Election

Posted on 09/05/12 in News, Press Releases, No Comments

The AJP will be standing candidates at the next Federal Election, likely to be held around October 2013. It is time Australian citizens had the opportunity to vote for significant improvement in the lives of all animals. For too long rationalist political parties in our parliaments have ignored the animal cruelty that has become an [...]

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AJP President’s Summer Report

Posted on 12/14/11 in News, Political Commentary, No Comments

Two and a half years ago a few people passionate about animal well-being began work to establish a political party that would represent the interests of animals in the Australian political system. We believed that either directly or indirectly the action and inaction of governments around Australia were responsible for much of the animal cruelty [...]

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