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International League of Animal Rights

The International League of Animal Rights (ILAR; French: Ligue internationale des droits de l'animal) was founded in Geneva, Switzerland in 1977 by Georges Heuse, a member of the Secretariat of the Director General of UNESCO. The organization was refounded in 1990 as the World Organization for the Rights of Animals (WORA; French: Organisation mondiale des droits de l'animal) before it went defunct.

💬 Universal Declaration of Animal Rights (ILAR, revised 1989)

Contributed on: 20 Aug 2023 by Aharon N. Varady (editing/transcription) | International League of Animal Rights |

The Universal Declaration of Animal Rights (UDAR) was first proclaimed in Paris on 15 October 1978 at the headquarters of UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) with the ambition of it being formally adopted in the United Nations General Assembly. The French League of Animal Rights spurred the development of a revised text written during the General Assembly of the International League of Animal Rights, held June 3–4, 1989 in Luxembourg, and adopted on October 21, 1989. The declaration was submitted to the UNESCO Director General in 1990 however it has never been formally adopted. . . .



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