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Australia's only political party dedicated to protecting all animals

The Animal Justice Party (AJP) was formed in response to the growing number of Australians who feel strongly that much more needs to be done through the parliamentary system to assist the wellbeing of animals. 

The AJP believes there is a need for laws that recognise animals’ needs, capabilities and interests, whether that's farm animals, our native wildlife or beloved pets.

As a political party, our role is to run in council, state and federal elections and to ensure laws are created and enforced to achieve genuine justice for animals.

With elected Members of Parliament and Councillors in New South Wales and Victoria, the Party is already taking huge steps forward for animals, holding the government to account, and introducing bills and motions to end animal cruelty.

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We’re calling on Tasmanians to become a member of the only Australian political party dedicated to protecting all animals.  The more Members we have, the louder our collective voice will be in safeguarding animal interests and...

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Your contribution helps us fight for animals

The Animal Justice Party cannot stand candidates in elections without your support to pay for social media advertising, printing and campaigning.

With enough money to raise awareness of the Animal Justice Party, we have a real chance of having more candidates elected to State Parliament, and with that kind of power we can achieve great things.

Can you chip in to help us increase our vote and put pressure on the major parties to make positive legislative changes for animals?

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*Donations over $2 and membership fees are tax deductible, to a maximum of $1,500 per year.

**Disclosure requirements apply if you have donated over $16,300 within a financial year under the provisions of the Commonwealth Electoral Act 1918. Current Tasmanian law does not require the political donors of less than $16,300 to be identified.The Commonwealth Electoral Act 1918 prohibits the knowing receipt of donations from foreign donors.

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