The most effective way to protect animals over the long term is to improve legal frameworks. Australia is a nation of animal lovers — citizens have long demanded for the better protection of animal welfare. Our work in Australia attempts to achieve this goal by means of submitting open letters and policy submissions at the federal and state levels, and through public education to the general public.
See the timeline of our work here.
Submission to the Productivity Commission Review of Philanthropy
We make this submission to raise awareness of the specific concerns of animal welfare charities in relation to existing charity regulation and its effect on philanthropic giving in Australia. Read the submission here.
Remaking the Game and Feral Animal Control Regulation in New South Wales (NSW)
In New South Wales, some types of hunting are regulated under the Game and Feral Animal Control (GFAC) Act 2002 and its Regulation 2012. The GFAC 2012 is scheduled to be remade by 1 September 2022. Read our submission.
Animal Care and Protection Amendment Bill, Queensland (QLD)
On 12 May 2022, the Minister for Agricultural Industry Development and Fisheries and Minister for Rural Communities introduced the Animal Care and Protection Amendment Bill 2022 to modernise animal welfare laws in Queensland. Read our submission.
Inquiry into puppy farming in New South Wales (NSW)
The Select Committee on Puppy Farming in New South Wales was established on 24 November 2021 to inquire into and report on puppy farming in New South Wales. Read our submission.
Inquiry into kangaroos in New South Wales (NSW)
NSW Legislative Council's Report No 11 - PC7: Inquiry into the health and wellbeing of kangaroos and other macropods in New South Wales. Read our submission.