Would you like to order an Animal Justice Party t-shirt or hoodie? Well, now you can!
Head to our brand new online shop by clicking here.
We can post to any city in Australia (International shipping coming soon).
Besides t-shirts and hoodies, we’re also looking to stock:
- Bumper stickers
- Car Magnets
- Dog Bandanas
- Dog Leads
A meeting of members and intending AJP members to discuss Party registration and policy development for animals in the ACT. Click here to download the PDF flyer for the AJP member meeting
When? 31st of May from 11am to 12:30pm
Where? Woden Seniors Club, 12 Corinna Street, Phillip
- The Hon Mark Pearson MLC, AJP representative in the NSW Upper House
- Professor Steve Garlick, Party President.
Find out about:
- International growth in animal political parties
- Recent AJP growth & electoral success
- Requirements for Party registration in the ACT & the 2016 ACT elections
The Animal Justice Party and the Coalition for the Protection of Greyhounds are jointly coordinating greyhound awareness walks. The walk is being held in various locations around the country – on the same day (see below). This year the walk is scheduled for Sunday 21st June and will be held around 10am.
This is a nationwide walk held to promote the greyhound as a companion dog, not a racing animal. The Australian Awareness Walk is anti-greyhound racing. We want the industry shut down.
Despite a tiny budget, but with of plenty of passion, the Animal Justice Party won its first parliamentary seat by gaining the last seat in the Legislative Council election in New South Wales today. At the preference distribution count today the AJP ended up an easy winner for the final seat ahead of the No Land Tax Party and the Liberal Party.
This is a historic result; as Party President and Founder Professor Steve Garlick said: “This is the first time in Australia that animals will be represented … Continue reading
Dear Supporter / Member,
The Animal Justice Party is rapidly going from strength to strength. From almost 100,000 votes in the last Federal election to more than tripling that percentage in the recent Victorian election, very often being the leading minor Party. We will, with your support, elect people into the parliaments of Australia.
NSW is a very real opportunity where a candidate could be elected at this Saturday’s election so we really need your support.
Please be as generous with your time as you can and … Continue reading
Following the success of the youth group in the Dutch Party for the Animals, the Animal Justice Party at its recent Annual General Meeting agreed to give impetus to encouraging young folk to become members. The eventual goal is to establish a young person’s wing of the Party. Party president Professor Steve Garlick said it was vital that the fresh ideas and tech savvy knowledge of young people was important in ridding the parliamentary system in this country and its supporting political bodies of their disregard for the … Continue reading
The AJP is officially registered for the March NSW election and next week will begin announcing its upper and lower house candidates. Watch this space!
It was heart warming to see so many dedicated, highly qualified animal advocates submit their candidacy nominations to the selection committee for consideration. Thanks to all of you. If any member would like to volunteer to assist the AJP throughout the campaign, including on election day, please email Michael Walsh at firstname.lastname@example.org
IMPORTANT FUNDRAISER FOR THE NSW ELECTION CAMPAIGN
SUNDAY 8th FEBRUARY
2PM – 5PM
Venue: Beautiful Olde Church (now a home), in Turramurra, featuring CELTIC HARP and ancient Roman stones from ‘Hadrian’s Wall’, Scotland, of around AD 128
Event includes sublime entertainment, delicious vegan food, drinks and auction
If you missed it, SEE THE FILM “THE ANIMAL CONDITION”
Next week at PARAMOUNT HOUSE, 80 Commonwealth St., Surry Hills
Tuesday Feb 3rd at 6pm, and Wednesday Feb 4th at 8.30 pm
Four young people take an investigative road trip around Australia after stumbling upon online activist videos of suffering farm animals. Unafraid to ask questions, they speak to all sides, from politicians to activists, farmers, Indigenous Australians, philosophers, scientists and immigrant-workers. Their views on the subject change with each new encounter, with the team realising that the animal condition spreads far beyond the farm gate.