PTA Unit 5 Task 4 (PETA '

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Unit 5 Task 4 PETA Aims – PETA educates the large audience of different people about animal abuse/cruelty and woks to promote kind treatment of animals. PETA feel that animals should be treated with the best interests, animals can suffer just like humans do and PETA recognizes this and is working to put a stop to it. PETA believes it is best to stop the problem at the cause which is at big areas where animals are held in captivity and suffer the most, factory farms, laboratories, clothing trade and entertainment. PETA know we are able to lead and live a better life without harming animals and they are working to make this happen. Viewpoints -PETA believes that animals are not ours to eat, wear, experiment on, use for entertainment or abuse. PETA is a charity devoted to…show more content…
We launched the Campaign to highlight the consequences of abortion as well as to enable our supporters to speak up for the over 8 million lives lost from abortion in the UK. Population matters Aims – Population matters main aims are protecting our world, human activity is so demanding it is in need of more than the world can supply, and therefore it is damaging the environment. Justice for all, population matters believes no one should be suffering in poverty. In lots of places surrounding us, the growth of population has already seemed to slow down or even stopped in some places, from this nations function better as birth rates decrease and the availability of contraception is taken advantage of. Viewpoints - The view of population matters is to produce a future with healthy living standards for everyone, and to be able to maintain a stable population size. Sources of funding – Population matters main sources of funding are from, donators and merchandise

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