The World Federation for Animals fills a major gap in policy discussions to advocate for animals at the United Nations and maximizes the efforts and resources of the animal protection movement as a whole. Their vision is a world in which animal sentience is respected and all animals live a good life, with their well-being protected. WFA's aim is to focus the animal protection movement and strengthen the impact of key animal campaigns and legislative efforts. All of their activities are guided by their four aims: to avoid duplication and competition, to stimulate innovative programs, to share information and expertise, and to stimulate cooperation and coalition building.
The Brooks Institute is one of the World Federation for Animals' cofounding members.
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