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One Voice supports ELLE against the furriers’ union

Today, a Fur Free Alliance member, One Voice, will be present at the Nanterre judicial court to take up the defence of ELLE INTERNATIONAL (Lagardère group) and its exclusive licensee in France CMI, attacked by the French Fur Trade Federation for saying what is: real fur is a source of suffering and cruel for animals.

Spectacular hot air balloon flight over Max Mara Fashion Group headquarters to demand the brand to go fur-free

The call by HSI, LAV and Fur Free Alliance members to “kick off” Milan Fashion Week REGGIO EMILIA, Italy (Feb. 20, 2024) —“Max Mara GO FUR-FREE!” is the message launched by the animal protection groups Humane Society International and LAV, along with all members of the Fur Free Alliance, to the Italian fashion house Max

Fur Free Alliance denounces the European Commission’s delay on banning fur farming and sales in the EU

The Fur Free Alliance, a coalition of over 50 animal protection organisations representing millions of supporters worldwide, expresses its profound disappointment and frustration at the European Commission’s (EC) decision to delay the urgent need to end fur farming in the EU. Instead, the Commission has requested an opinion from the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA)

Fur Free Alliance visits Finland, appeals to the parliament to ban fur farming

HELSINKI, 30 November 2023 – The debate related to Finnish fur farming, the avian flu epidemic in fur farms and several legal initiatives to ban fur farming made Finland an interesting destination for the visit of the international animal protection network Fur Free Alliance. During the visit, the Finnish member organizations Animalia and Oikeutta eläimille

Lithuania becomes 20th country to ban fur farming

Vilnius, 27 September 2023 – Lithuania has today become the 20th European country to completely ban fur farming, sparing around one million animals a year from miserable lives and cruel deaths on fur farms. President Gitanas Nausėda signed the fur farming bill into law today after a large majority passed the measure in the Seimas.

Global mink fur production halved in two years

Research shows that the global number of mink bred and killed for fur has halved over the past two years. New figures show a steep drop from 33 million produced globally in 2020 to 17 million mink pelts in 2022.  Recent industry data highlights a consistent downward trend globally, including in Europe, North America and