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Do you know that research has shown that cruelty to animals is directly related to violence towards humans in the long run? Almost all of the world's most wanted criminals (murderers, rapists and serial killers) have had a history of animal abuse. Yet, none of the law enforcement agencies pay heed to this which makes it even more difficult for the common public to identify violent tendencies in children and youth and prevent crime. Animal welfare is often seen as an isolated issue in spite of research and experience showing otherwise it is interlinked with human welfare very closely.

In spite of the Constitution of India making it a fundamental duty to protect animals and India being home to two important laws to protect animals (Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, 1960 and Wildlife Protection Act 1972), it is disheartening that animal cruelty is neither considered a mental health issue nor a threat to society. With strong legislations and more awareness amongst stakeholders from all walks of life, India has the potential to be a more humane and compassionate society.

HSI India works to protect all animals and are the country's experts on animal laws and policies. Our aim is

1.   Sensitize law enforcement agencies including police, animal husbandry dept and judicial magistrates in each state of the country

2.   Conduct workshops on the importance of animal welfare as an indicator to violence against humans for child and women’s rights organizations (grassroot and grasstop)

3.   Train students and youth on animal law and the basics of law so they can take legal action against animal cruelty – Have ambassadors from each district

4.   Run a cruelty helpline in all states to streamline and expedite action against cruelty to animals be it on the street or against pets. 

We want to make India a better nation for animals. We aim to achieve the following with your support:

-      Research on the current state of animal cruelty cases filed and convictions obtained

-      Create a database of complaints of animal cruelty instances, police action and appropriate prosecution, cases that achieved justice for animals

-      Partnership with child help and organizations who work against domestic abuse to recognize indicators of violence in households and to prevent both cruelty against animals and humans alike

-      Develop policy in coordination with allied partners and law enforcement agencies which can help animals and human beings

With HSI India's initiative in a few states, this could then be spread across all states. Your support could help see the beginning of India becoming a better nation for animals <3

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