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    NOAH - for dyrs rettigheter

    NOAH - for animals' rights was established in Norway in 1989. NOAH is working for the rights of animals in a society where they are by law, defined as things - as human property. The organisation opposes animal mistreatment in any form, especially when it is protected by law.
    Osterhausgt. 12
    Oslo , N-0183
    Phone: +47 22 11 41 63
    E-Mail: [email protected]
    This page was last modified on 09/19/2000.

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    NOAH is working against the commercial exploitation of animals, and thereby against the tradition viewing animals as goods and products. The work for animals rights is a part of the ethical tradition struggling for a meaningful life for human beings. NOAH engages itself both for captive animals and wild animals, being victims of human exploitation. NOAH's work for animals rights is based on a deep ecological principle, where the respect for humans and animals intrinsic worth is an obvious part of the respect for natures worth in it self.

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