Animal Liberation Tasmania

Together, we rise

Animal Liberation Tasmania is a not-for-profit animal rights organisation founded to contribute to the Tasmanian animal rights community and work with organisations across Australia to address the issues experienced by all animal species.

We advocate for the rights of non-human animals so that they may live free from exploitation and cruelty.

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As member of Animal Liberation Tasmania and help fight for and protect animals in need. Your support will allow us to work towards making changes for the liberation of all enslaved beings.

News

FISH FARM CRUELTY CONTINUES
ANIMAL LIBERATION TASMANIAMedia Release 24/3/2021Environment Tasmania report into Tasmanian fish farming industry. Today Environment Tasmania have released a report into widespread animal cruelty being perpetrated against free-living species of animals, including seals and birds, at fish farm leases throughout Tasmania. The report includes damning evidence of multiple killings of seals …
Animal Exploitation & Religious Bigotry: your taxpayer dollars at work
Earlier this year Animal Liberation Tasmania encouraged the community to send submissions to the Dorset Council in opposition to the proposed pig killing factory to be constructed by Scottsdale Pork owned by Roger Unwin. On October 28 it was announced that the Tasmanian Liberal Government had approved a $2million grant …
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For the Fathers. cw: this article contains images of violence against other animals and descriptions of violence and sexual exploitation against other animals. This is for the fathers. For the often forgotten individuals held captive within systems of exploitation, valued only for their productivity (or rather their re-productivity) and used …
Artist Contribution: Hazel Alger
Untitled Triptych, 2018 When I created the original artwork, as an eight-piece installation telling the brief tale of a meal in progress, my aim was to explore themes of tradition, complacency, and giving non-human animal exploitation a physical identity. Viewing it now, however, it invokes new and different thought processes …