People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals - презентация
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People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals Подготовила : Бренер Инна Проверила : Колосова Алла Васильевна
PETA - actors working to combat for animal rights. The basis of the protective principles of organization is the belief that animals have rights and deserve to have their main interests were taken into account, regardless of whether they bring benefits to people. To convince supporters of the organization, animals can suffer and seek self-manage their own lives. Therefore, according to these organizations, people have no right to use animals for food, clothing, entertainment, experiences and any other purpose
Areas of work PETA attaches special attention to four main areas of converting people with animals: industrial agriculture, vivisection (testing and animal studies), the market for clothing, animals in the entertainment industry. Also focuses on a wide range of possible violations of the rights of animals, including fishing, bull fights and cock fights. PETA conducts its business through information, investigate animal cruelty, research, animal rescue, support for legislative measures, engaging celebrities and special events and protests.
Actions and campaigns PETA and former American porn star Jenna Jameson, conduct a joint campaign «Pleather Yourself», propagandizing use of artificial skin and avoiding the use of clothing natural. As part of the same campaign in 2008 during the Olympic Games in Beijing, the famous sportswoman and model Amanda Beard posed for photographers in the Olympic village, holding a poster on which she was depicted kneeling in the water in the nude. The inscription on the poster reads: "Feel comfortable in your own skin, do not wear fur." In support of this and other campaigns for PETA posed naked a lot of famous people. In 2008, as part of another company PETA and Jenna Jameson promoted safe sex for pets. In June 2009, following shown in televised killing flies by U.S. President Barack Obama, PETA sent him flytrap, which allows to catch a fly without killing it.