Giving a political voice to animals🐾🌱
The Animal Justice Party has been formed as a response to growing public concern about the neglect of animals and animal protection issues by political parties. It will give a voice to those who cannot speak for themselves. It will provide a focal point for voters frustrated by the lack of political action and who feel strongly that much more needs to be done through our parliamentary systems to assist the wellbeing of animals. There is a need for laws and processes which recognise animals’ needs and capabilities and which protect their interests, whether they are domestic, farmed or wild. The Animal Justice Party will also ensure such laws and processes are properly enforced and implemented to achieve genuine justice for animals.
The RSPCA runs 40 shelters and employs around 1,000 staff. It costs more than $100 million each year to deliver all of our services which help improve the lives of Australian animals. Most of this money comes from public donations and fundraising initiatives, as well as business partnerships, grants and RSPCA patrons.
Help us protect NSW koalas from extinction.
In NSW, Australia's precious koala populations are in steep decline. Without urgent and decisive action, the already "vulnerable" native species face an increasingly uncertain future.
The 'Koala Strategy' recognised habitat loss, connectivity, and fragmentation as some of the key issues contributing to their decline. It has been estimated, that since European colonisation, 70-90% of NSW koala habitat has been cleared.
We need to act now to stop the further destruction of koala habitat and ensure their survival.
Reconnecting humans and animals through acceptance and deeper understanding.
Christina is an animal communicator from Perth. Originally Dutch, having lived in Switzerland for more then 30 years, Christina communicates with animals all over the world.
Learn about Australia’s wildife, follow our work and help us secure the future for native species across the country, so that future generations can enjoy them in their natural environment.
Wildlife across the world are struggling – let’s make Australia stand out and be the leader for how to protect these unique animals.