Animal Equality

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Animal Equality
Animal Equality logo.jpg
Founded 2006
Founder Sharon Nunez, Javier Moreno, and Jose Valle
Focus Animal rights
Location
Area served
United States, United Kingdom, Mexico, Brazil, Spain, Italy, Germany, India
Method Education, investigation, corporate engagement, legal advocacy
Key people
President Sharon Nunez
Website www.animalequality.org

Animal Equality is an international organization working with society, governments, and companies to end cruelty to farmed animals.

Their vision is a world in which all animals are respected and protected.

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Through investigations, corporate outreach, legal advocacy, and education Animal Equality aims at sparing the most amount of animal suffering.

Animal Equality focuses on animals raised and killed for food who suffer the most and die in the largest number.

Animal Equality focuses on bringing about incremental change for farmed animals.

Animal Equality focuses on the reasons why change is needed and how to create it.

Animal Equality focuses on the need for people, companies, and governments to change and assist in this process.

Animal Equality focuses on expanding into countries where there is the greatest opportunity to protect farmed animals.

Animal Equality focuses on research-based interventions.

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