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Rally for an end to live export

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5 May 2013

Rallies have been instrumental in showing public opposition to live export. At local and national rallies, when pressure is needed, caring Australians have proven they'll stand and be counted.

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Upcoming rallies

Port Adelaide — Sunday 25 May

Join Animal Liberation SA, Members of the Public and Adelaide Against Live Exports at this family friendly rally to speak out against cruelty as live export ship Bader III loads animals at Port Adelaide.

Time: 11.00am
Where: Port Adelaide Lighthouse, 1 Commercial Rd
Details & RSVP: Facebook event

Other rallies: There are currently no other rallies scheduled, but sign up for our free email and SMS alerts below to make sure you stay up to date on plans.

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Be a part of the national movement to end live export. Sign up for free email and SMS alerts, so that you can stand side by side with others at the next rally in your area.


Past rallies

Dozens of past rallies, both big and small, have helped show politicians the strength of public opposition to live exports.

On 14th August 2011, thousands of people united in a national rally to call for an end to live export. Animals Australia's Camapaign Director and lead investigator, Lyn White, spoke to a crowd of thousands in Sydney:

Check out more photos from rallies in Animals Australia's facebook photo albums.


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