At Malta's National Animal Rights Day inspirational
Last Sunday, Malta held its National Animal Rights' Day. In Mosta's most amazing garden with an amphitheater directly facing a sun-set + some most beautiful people from Malta, Macedonia, Japan, Greece, Libya, Italy, Croatia, Serbia, England, and many more countries gathered to celebrate this worldwide event.
The National Animals Rights Day Malta 2021 Main Banner
The Event was organized by the Maltese NGO Animal Liberation Malta.
ALM's mission is to raise awareness and take action against all forms of animal abuse.
Activists Unite in Conscious Living!
An activist is one who uses vigorous campaigning to bring about political or social change.
Environmental or Eco activism is versatile:
- the protection of nature through conservation or preservation
- the protection of the human environment (that is more and more polluted reducing our quality of life)
- the protection of animals, trees, oceans.
At the event, Nataša told the participants in her speech: "Activists Unite!" "What a gathering of young illuminated hearts! All united in their love for animals..."
The full 6min video can be viewed here:
"Our team, responsible for street activism, worked ispeachndependently on this project in collaboration with the International NGO, Our Planet. Theirs too, to make this happen. It was a touching ceremony commemorating the billions of animals that die each year at human hands. Despite the adversities and restrictions, the organising team managed to pull this off, bringing together a small number of people dedicated to the cause, paying tribute to animals and joining more than 70 cities worldwide on the same day. Several touching speeches and live cello animated the ceremony, including reading the Declaration of Animal Rights in English & Maltese and concluding the ceremony by inviting participants to sign the declaration. Many heartwarming dedications and words of solidarity towards animals were documented on paper. We then transitioned to the celebration part, coming together to finish the day off with positivity and hope, being grateful for the fact that more & more people are making the connection and becoming conscious of Animal Rights. During the ceremony and celebration, social distancing was observed and the participants adhered to the Covid-19 restrictions. This is the beginning of a new era for Animal Rights in Malta, and we have a lot of work to do to bring about Animal Liberation. Hopefully, next year’s NARD will be bigger, better and more impactful. A big thank you goes to everyone who attended." The Organiser.
National Animals Rights Day 2021 Image
NARD 2021 Malta people holding individual banners with caged animals faces
NARD signing the Animal Rights Petition 2021
Credit to Robert Cuschieri https://www.facebook.com/rcuschieriphotography/ for a great job with the photos and filming.