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This third OIE annual report on the use of antimicrobial agents intended for use in animals provides a global and regional analysis from 2015 to 2017.
OIE Annual report on antimicrobial agents intended for use in animals
17 February 2020
Following the Coronavirus outbreak, Eurogroup for Animals and several of its members have participated in a joint open letter targeting the World Health Organization, the World Organisation for Animal Health OIE and the UN Environment Programme.
Coronavirus: NGOs ask governments to shut down wildlife markets and work to reduce demand
13 February 2020
The World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) launches the second phase of its awareness campaign focusing on the role of travellers as carriers of African swine fever and how they can avoid spreading it.
Lunar new year: Travel responsibly to avoid carrying African Swine Fever virus
31 January 2020
Essere Animali have released shocking footage exposing high stocking densities, unhygienic conditions and ineffective slaughter methods on Greek fish farms.
ESSERE ANIMALI: New investigation exposes horrific conditions on Greek fish farms
15 January 2020
Two new Scientific Opinions by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) identify many animal welfare problems likely to occur on poultry during slaughter and killing operations and propose measures to minimise and prevent them.
Corrective, preventive measures needed after EFSA spots welfare hazards at poultry slaughter
15 November 2019
Suspended by their legs while still conscious, tied up and with their necks cut halfway through: a new investigation by Animals International reveals the fate of French animals exported alive to Morocco and Lebanon.
Revealed: The horrible fate of French animals exported alive to third countries
15 November 2019
The major factors attributing to the growth of the animal wound care market are increasing initiatives by the governments and animal welfare associations and an increase in animal adoption and animal healthcare expenditure.
Report shows how and why the animal wound care market is growing
11 July 2019
The EU and Mercosur – Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, and Uruguay – are close to concluding their trade agreement after 20 years of negotiations, but from an animal welfare perspective, the text on the table is extremely worrying.
Why the EU-Mercosur agreement is bad news for European animals
26 June 2019
For the first time ever, fish welfare has been the subject of a debate during the Plenary session of the European Parliament – resulting in Commissioner Neven Mimica affirming that animal welfare has to be integrated into the long-term development of EU aquaculture.
Commission commits to integrating fish welfare into EU aquaculture development
14 March 2019
The European Parliament has finally given its consent to the EU-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement (JEEPA), which unfortunately is a missed opportunity to advance the protection of animals.
EU-Japan Trade Agreement is a fact, despite weak provisions on animal welfare
12 December 2018
Jo-Anne McArthur's work also provided valuable pieces of evidence of recurring EU legislation and OIE animal welfare standards violations occurring in the process of trading live animals between the EU zone and third countries.
“Cruel and unnecessary”: A talk with photographer Jo-Anne McArthur on live transport
2 August 2018
Today, the European Parliament hosted the first ever high level political event, ‘Seizing the Day for Fish Welfare’, gathering fish professionals and political stakeholders to discuss the welfare of fish.
EU citizens and leading fish stakeholders demand better welfare for fish
6 June 2018