Ask Iceland to ban fur farming

In recent years, Respect for Animals supporters have added their details to letters to ambassadors of countries including Bonsia-Herzegovina, Finland, Serbia and Ireland. A ban is now in place in Serbia and making progress in Ireland. You can and have made a difference. We’re now asking you to add your name to our letter urging the Icelandic government to stop taxpayer funded subsidies to fur factory farmers and to bring
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ADVERTISING REGULATOR ISSUES ENFORCEMENT NOTICE ON MISLEADING ‘FAUX FUR’ CLAIMS

Clothing retailers have been told to take immediate action to ensure items they advertise as containing fake fur are not made from real fur. The UK’s advertising watchdog has given them a deadline of 11 February, after which they may face sanctions. Last week the Advertising Standards Authority found online retailer Boohoo had sold a pompom jumper which used real fur, most likely rabbit fur. The Compliance function of the
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CHICCO JOINS THE FUR FREE PROGRAM

CHICCO, a brand dedicated to the entire world of babies, banned the use of animal furs since a long time but now goes one step further to undersign a formal fur-free commitment with LAV and the Fur Free Alliance. The brand, which has always focused great attention on the materials used in the production and creation of its babies’ and children’s wear collections – from 0 to 8 years –
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Serbian fur farming ban comes into force

2019 is off to an excellent start for the anti-fur movement as it is confirmed that Serbia has now banned fur farms after a 10-year phase-out. The enforcement of the ban is the successful result of a decade-long persistent struggle during which fur industry lobby groups consistently put pressure to reverse the ban. The proposed ban, which came into force on 1 January 2019, was seriously under threat for much of
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