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Join ARAN's 'Rally Against The Cruelty 2008'

category national | animal rights | other press author Thursday January 03, 2008 23:11author by Siobhan Higgins - Animal Rights Action Network (ARAN)author email arancampaigns at eircom dot net Report this post to the editors

Visit www.ARAN.ie to Learn More

In 2006 Animal Rights Action Network (ARAN), Ireland's national grassroots animal protection group organized the first ever national stop cruelty to animals rally in Dublin. We were joined by huge numbers of our own members and supporters and were supported by many national animal rescue and respected protection groups who took time out of their busy schedule to be with us on December 10th 2006 to make a statement that cruelty to animals is not wanted here in Ireland.

Our event was actually so successful and so well organized that it received headlines on literally every news paper and radio station across the country. The Irish Gardai congratulated ARAN on such a wonderful, peaceful and well organized event! We thank them also for their cooperation in the run up to our event.

ARAN's Rally 2006
ARAN's Rally 2006



This year we have plans on staging another rally and we are promising it to be an even bigger and better event with even more speakers from other respected animal protection and rescue groups and we WANT YOU THERE as we need your support on the day to make a difference, lets make this peaceful and touching event a day to remember!

Want to be kept informed about our 2008 event? Then log onto www.ARAN.ie today and we'll be sure to keep you posted. Spread the word far and wide!

Thank you for all you do to help animals,

Animal Rights Action Network (ARAN)

Related Link: http://www.ARAN.ie

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author by Laurapublication date Fri Jan 04, 2008 12:33Report this post to the editors

This is great news, i have just signed up it's about time sometime like this was done to stop the torment of animals in ireland, keep up the good work you guys...

author by Animal loving mother of two and owner of a beautiful catpublication date Sat Jan 12, 2008 01:58Report this post to the editors

Good on you ARAN. the more people speak out against cruelty to animals the better. But hats off also to the brave Tony Brady of Kildalkey, Co. Meath, who has taken a heroic stand against the stag hunters who inflict horrific suffering on animals as well as trespassing on farmers land. The well known potato grower has rallied landowners all over Meath to his cause...to secure an end to all hunting with hounds in his native county. He went public with a great statement that was carried in the Meath Chronicle (see text of that that elsewhere on Indymedia)

Tony can be contacted at 046-9435205. Believe me. He deserves all the support he can get in tackling the mighty stag hunting crowd. He and a few plucky locals in Kildalkey are attempting to secure protection for all hunted creatures in Co. Meath. Please support them...

Keep fighting!

author by Patrick Granthampublication date Tue Jan 15, 2008 22:44Report this post to the editors

In last saturdays Irish Times, the spokesperson for your group stated that she was a Green party rep. If the Greens are in government, how come we still have a barbaric fur trade? how come we still have unjustified animal experiments?
What are the greens doing about these issues? who are ARAN lobbying for change? Themselves by the way I see it!!

author by Michaela Bpublication date Sun Jan 20, 2008 21:17Report this post to the editors

Hey guys, was touring, just seeing your posts! I LOVE ARAN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

author by tony bradypublication date Thu Feb 14, 2008 22:25Report this post to the editors

In the interest of justice and fair play i believe as i am mentioned in your articles i should have a right to reply. We did indeed have trouble with the ward union regarding tresspass but thankfully this problem has been resolved to our satisfaction. I am not now or have i ever been anti hunt and indeed the local hunts have hunted in this area for years without any trouble . Finally I resent this faceless (animal lovering mother of two) person including my contact details.

Yours Faithfully

Tony Brady

author by Rita-Marie Lawlor - ARANpublication date Fri Jul 25, 2008 20:55Report this post to the editors

Hi,

I am a member of ARAN and I do a lot of photography for them too. Just to mention to you all on here that on October 5th (Sunday) in celebration of World Animal Week we are holding a major rally through the streets of Dublin city. Meeting at the Garden of Remembrance at 1.30pm - if you can make it along please do!. Also - fair play to you Tony.

Regards,

Rita-Marie Lawlor.

Some shots of the protest outside of Australian Embassy can be viewed on:
www.myspace.com/amcrml

Related Link: http://www.marchforanimals.blogspot.com
author by Rita-Marie - Aranpublication date Mon Apr 06, 2009 22:23author email ritamarie.lawlor at gmail dot comauthor address DublinReport this post to the editors

Sarcasm btw!

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