July Big Table Round Up Blog

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This Roundup blog includes all news and animal welfare activity from June and July. From landmark EU Commission decisions to an update on the banning of live exports and the case for a One Health, One Welfare policy.  Please catch up on the articles, blogs and extensive social media support for these stories and so much more.



The importance of us all coming together to protect humanity, animals and our wildlife behind a One Health, One Welfare policy

26th July 2021



The True Value Of Friendship

Today, on the occasion of the United Nations International Day of Friendship, we welcome a very personal guest blog from a dear friend and Patron of Compassion in World Farming, Peter Egan.

30th July 2021

Reasons For Hope

All the winners at this year’s virtual Good Farm Animal Welfare Awards, held at the end of June, deserve our congratulations for their efforts in taking significant steps to improve the welfare of animals.

23rd July 2021

Landmark EU Commission Commitment To End The Cage Age

On 30th June 2021, the EU Commission committed to phase out cages in animal farming across the EU by 2027, making it a historic day for farmed animals

1st July 2021

Protecting People Means Protecting Animals Too

One Health, One Welfare: Why we need healthy food systems for people, planet and prosperity

25th June 2021

Ending the Evil that is Live Export

On 14th June, campaigners all over the world will unite for the sixth annual International Awareness Day to Ban Live Exports, spearheaded by Compassion in Word Farming.

14th June 2021

Historic Vote to End the Cage Age

EU Parliament lends overwhelming support to ending cages, now all eyes on Commission

11th June

Only A Number, Never A Name

Peter Stevenson OBE, our Chief Policy Advisor, shares his thoughts on the treatment of all farm animals in industrialised animal farming and why it is so wrong.

9th June 2021





Guests Off The Leash

Philip discusses meat alternatives.

25th June 2021

Off the Leash Podcast Episode Eight

Philip puts the case for cultured meat.

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