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mercredi 29 juillet 2015

ACTION PETITIONS POUR STOPPER LA CONSOMMATION DE VIANDE DE CHIEN EN COREE


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SOURCE ET SUITE
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 DOSSIER TRES COMPLET SURTOUT SUR LA SOURCE
LA SEULE BONNE NOUVELLE DANS CE DOSSIER EST LA MOBILISATION DE PLUS EN PLUS IMPORTANTE DANS LE PAYS MALGRE TOUT IL Y A ENCORE 2,5 MILLIONS DE CHIENS  ET CHATS ABATTUS ET MANGES!!!!  CHAQUE ANNEE

 QUELQUES ACTIONS A SUIVRE CI DESSOUS LIEN EN BLEU..REGROUPE DE NOMBREUSES PETITIONS FACILES A SIGNER
 MERCI!!


SEE  the photos from the Gyeongdong Dog Meat Market in Seoul, South Korea (Sharing from Nami Kim’s Facebook Page):  https://www.facebook.com/savekoreandogs/posts/535542933262438
South Korea has the world’s 14th largest economy and is home to global brands such as Samsung, Hyundai, Kia, LG, SK, and Daewoo. Yet this is also a country where an estimated 2.5 million dogs and thousands of cats are slaughtered and eaten each year.
These poor dogs don’t have a voice but we do and we must speak up for them now, not later.
The most powerful tool for changing the behavior of countries and companies alike is the imposition of economic sanctions.  Write to these South Korean exporters and urge them to take immediate action against dog meat consumption in their country. Let them know that until the horrific cruelty of the dog meat industry ends, the world will continue to boycott all South Korean products and tourism.  Click to write to the South Korean exporters!
http://koreandogs.org/what-you-can-do/contacts-for-protest-s-korean-companies/write-to-south-korean-exporters/
Compassion Through Action
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Petitions: http://koreandogs.org/petitions/
► Calls for Action: http://koreandogs.org/what-you-can-do/call-for-action/
► Call the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon's Office today: http://koreandogs.org/respond-to-unsg-ban-ki-moon/
► Call the S. Korean Embassy and Consulate General Offices in your country: http://koreandogs.org/call-south-korean-embassy