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Poland | Poznan | SANCO training for official veterinarians
Together with Eyes on Animals (Netherlands) we are invited to the SANCO training in Poznan to give a speech on our perspective on long distance transport of animals. In our joint presentation we focused on the main areas of concern during long distance transport and our initiatives to improve animal welfare during transport. Many animal...
Turkey | Slaughterplant Konya | Control of Slaughterplants
Promising news from Turkey- the EonA and TSB|AWF team in Turkey just visited a slaughterhouse in Konya that had taken animal behaviour into account when designing it two years ago. It was by far the "best" one seen so far during our three years inspecting and trying to improve slaughterhouses in Turkey. There were anti-mounting racks...
France | Strasbourg - EU Parliament | Presentation on animal transport to Turkey at Intergroup meeting
We hold a presentation on live animal exports from the EU to Turkey in front of the Intergroup on the Welfare and Conservation of Animals of the European Parliament. We present the findings of our 5-year-investigation at the Turkish border and show a sequence from our film on animal transport to Turkey. The subsequent discussion is lively and...
The Turkish-language magazine "Referans" writes about EU animal transport in Turkei
The Turkish-language magazine " Referans", distributed throughout Germany, Austria and Belgium to the Turkish community and mosques, printed a 6-page article about EonA and TSB|AWF´s efforts at reducing the suffering of animals during transport from Europe to Turkey and in the slaughterhouses in Turkey. The article illustrates the...
Agra Europe: EU animal welfare groups call for ban on live exports to Turkey
Three European animal welfare organisations are calling for a ban on long-distance transport of live animals to Turkey after a five year investigation revealed ‘systematic violations’ of EU regulations. Read the article on line