see it - you can't hear it - you can't smell it - and the conflict
in your country may have been over for years. But landmines are
killing or seriously maiming both humans and animals in war-torn
countries across the world every day
2003, participants from 28 African countries assembled for a high
profile conference on female genital mutilation (FGM). Its purpose
was to discuss efforts to ban the world's most barbaric non-consenting
"operations" on girls...
Link Found Between Animal Abuse, Child Abuse and Domestic Violence
are showing that links between animal abuse and domestic violence
exist. And pets are found to be one of the common denominators in
family violence ...more
- millions starving
More than two million
people are at extremely high risk of starvation in Niger, Mauritania,
Mali and Burkina Faso. Through drought and locust plague, thousands
have already died. You can help stop this now...
- After the War
of the 4 million people who where displaced during the 27 year war
in Angola, which ended in 2002 are still suffering seriously from
its after effects.
8 - G8
calls on G8 to help Africa.
Eight of the world's richest countries have agreed to write off
the $40 billion debt, mainly owed by African countries
aid charity Swogun are literally lighting up remote villages and
schools with clean solar power
Girl Babies Murdered or Trafficked
has far fewer girls than it should have with a ratio of 117 boys
to 100 girls. This is because millions of baby girls are aborted
or killed after birth.
non-killjoy firework campaign
Ban the Bang! is a well-balanced campaign to stop
the use of excessive fireworks that cause suffering and death to
animals, as well as distress to young children, the elderly and
communities in general.
more at the "Ban The Bang!" campaign site
Water Babies or Dust Babies?
estimated four billion people will be affected by water shortages
This forecast is increasing tensions over the management and allocation
of humankind's most basic need. Does the Looking-Glass "Global Green
Law" concept provide a possible solution?...
the GGL Site at VeggieGlobal.com