Author Topic: VOICELESS campaign: Factory farming: the truth is hard to swallow. A must see  (Read 2813 times)

WA Export News

  • Administrator
  • Hero Member
  • *****
  • Posts: 6669
  • Karma: +4/-0
VOICELESS campaign: Factory farming: the truth is hard to swallow. A must see
« Reply #1 on: February 23, 2012, 05:12:47 PM »
Two compelling commercials have hit television screens around the country to expose the reality of pig and chicken production. Voiceless Ambassador, Hugo Weaving, provides a voiceover for the commercials and is advocating their message of animal protection along with fellow Ambassador Abbie Cornish. Take a look for yourself.

This is an important opportunity to raise public awareness of factory farming and to provoke discussion about animal protection. We hope the commercials will encourage viewers to think about the animals on their fork and to learn more about the cruelty of factory farming.

The commercials are supported by a street poster campaign in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane, online advertisements across the ninemsn network and an interactive microsite that takes users behind the closed doors of a factory farm.

Please help us spread this campaign to every corner of Australian society: share the commercials with your friends on Facebook and Twitter, post them on your blog or website, forward this email to your colleagues, or just start a conversation on factory farming at the dinner table tonight. We also welcome your generous donations, which enable the work of Voiceless to continue.

It is time for this hidden truth to be brought into the open. Consumers deserve to know where their food comes from and factory farmed animals deserve a better life. Please help us give it to them.

Our sincere thanks for all of your support.

The Voiceless Team.

Our Focus

Voiceless is an independent, non-profit think tank focused on improving the lives of animals harmed by factory farming and the kangaroo industry in Australia. Our vision is for a world in which animals are treated with compassion and respect.
« Last Edit: February 23, 2012, 05:24:36 PM by WA Export News »