page is meant for pupils and students who
want to write (a project) on factory farming
or animal rights.
We will guide you through Animal Freedom
step by step, after which you can decide
for yourself which information you will
use for your project.
(guided) tour on Animal Freedom.
Click the text
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- We will start with the history
of factory farming in Holland and
what kinds of problems this has created.
per animal per province is shown on
maps and illustrated by pictures, clips,
Animals and people in the third world
are still and again treated like slaves.
- What slows
down improvements in animal welfare in general?
- What's wrong
in factory farming? The worst abuses
are summed up here. On our video page
an overview of several abuses (during international
transport and in the treatment
of animals) in clips.
- Animal Freedom's central message concerns
right to freedom. We refer to this
article everywhere on our site. You can
click it now if you have skipped it so
far. If you want to compare the concept
of freedom to other concepts as a basis
for animal rights, review the article
animals have rights'?
- When you have decided on a point of
view, check the summary
of our opinions and whether you have
listed all (counter)arguments.
If you are still looking for particular
information, think of a keyword and use
you want questions about animal rights answered
in simple words? Click
Do you like to fill in surveys and polls?
It is an easy way to get to know us better
and compare your opinions with ours!
Good luck with your project.
Do you have any more questions? Mail
us (remove the text "NOSPAM"
from the address).
In the flash-movie "the Meatrix"
the problem and rise of factory farms explained
with some cynism on this interactive website: