Good news! Prada will no longer use kangaroo leather
Our #SAVEKANGAROOS campaign led to another extraordinary result! After Diadora and Versace, the PRADA GROUP (PRADA, MIU MIU, CHURCH'S, CAR SHOE) also responded to our appeal to stop the use of
On Gorgona prison-island, we rescued the first 85 animals saved from slaughtering
With a striking field operation, we laid a new milestone in the relations between prisoners and animals, on the prison-island of Gorgona, in Tuscany. After the signing of a Memorandum of
Our investigation on Corrida reveals: cruelty and public health hazard financed by CAP!
With a recent international video-investigation carried out by our investigative unit, we reveal new shocking background of bullfighting, unveiling public health hazard implied by these bloody shows,
Kangaroo hunting: the shocking response of the Australian Ambassador
"Stop hunting kangaroos in a land devasted by tremendous fires”: this is the appeal we made last January 9th to the Ambassador of Australia in Italy, Gregory Alan French, trying to
Victory for LAV! The State Council suspends the experiment that should turn 6 macaques blind
The Italian State Council (Consiglio di Stato, the supreme court for administrative law in Italy), backing LAV’s complaint, has overturned a precedent judgement from the Regional Administrative
Good news for Australia and its animals: Versace bans kangaroo leather!
While Australia is burning, good news for kangaroos come from Italy: Versace announces that it will no longer use kangaroo leather in its collections. In a communication addressed to LAV,
Trying to save Australian animals, we are acting both institutionally and commercially
This week we addressed an appeal to “Stop hunting kangaroos in a land devasted by tremendous fires” to the Australian Ambassador in Italy, Gregory Alan French, to limit the huge impact of
A first victory for kangaroos: Diadora's pledge to go kangaroo free!
We express deep satisfaction with Diadora’s promptness in deciding to stop using kangaroo skins in its products. "The company immediately proved to be very willing to establish a
Kangaroos: the italian brands involved in the massacre
In Europe, Italy is the leading importer of kangaroo skins (over 2 million from 2012 to 2015). These skins are primarily used in the sportswear industry to manufacture soccer shoes and motorcycling