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The Global Anti-Hunting Coalition


You are invited to join
by HOPE to the global animal rights community

We've all asked at some point, "Wouldn't it be powerful for all groups of like mind from coast to coast to collectively wage a single coordinated campaign against a single adversary?"  Thus was born the concept of the Global Anti-Hunting Coalition.

In the seven months between August 29, 2003, and April 2, 2004, wildlife preservationist and anti-hunting campaigner Anthony Marr, with best-selling vegan author Brenda Davis and her son Cory Davis, will be conducting the Compassion for Animals Road Expedition (CARE)

through 40 U.S. states and four Canadian provinces (see http://www.hope-care.org/ for the state-by-state itinerary). 


One of CARE's main objectives is to form the American chapter of the Global Anti-Hunting Coalition.  Anthony Marr will be holding meetings with the directors and giving presentations to the members of interested animal advocacy groups en route to discuss participation, campaigns, strategy and tactics.

The first campaign of the Global Anti-Hunting Coalition will be to apply external pressure on Canada focusing on its:

1. East Coast Commercial Harp Seal Hunt (current quota - 325,000/year - the largest marine mammal hunt in the world, known as "Canada's Shame").

2. Western Canada Grizzly Bear Trophy Hunt (current quota ~300/year plus poaching deaths of ~300 out of a hotly debated estimated population of 4,000-13,000).

3. West Coast Commercial Harbour Seal Hunt (currently being tabled in parliament - quota: an incredible 50,000/year out of a total estimated population of
only 110,000).

4. West Coast Grey Whale Hunt (currently being planned). 

5. Central Canada Gopher Derby (2002 kill - ~60,000).

6. Eastern Arctic Bowhead Whale (endangered) Hunt.

7. Trophy hunting and fur trapping (a passive-aggressive form of hunting) in general.

If the Coalition finds the above too diffuse, the focus could be sharpened - thus the strategizing.  Nonetheless, the adversary is only one - Canadian hunting/trapping practices.

Groups need not have anti-hunting mandates in order to join.  A vegan group, for example, is presumably intrinsically anti-animal-abuse, and therefore implicitly against hunting and trapping.

To join the Global Anti-Hunting Coalition, or if you have any questions, or if you wish to meet with Anthony Marr or arrange a presentation for him during the CARE tour, please contact him at 604-222-1169 or toll-free 1-866-822-1169, Anthony-Marr at HOPE-CARE.org

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