Faiths Working Together for Animals
Our mission is to create a united voice for animals from all the major faiths to bring about a world where they are treated with respect and compassion.
The Animal Interfaith Alliance (AIA) is a unique alliance of faith based, animal advocacy organisations which represent all the major faiths. It speaks out on the moral treatment of animals by drawing on the combined wisdom of all faiths, and it promotes social harmony by bringing the faith groups together on an issue they all share a concern for. AIA’s activities include animal advocacy through its letter writing campaigns and education through its magazine, Animal Spirit and social media.
Sarah Dunning – 1943 – 2021
We are extremely saddened to report the passing of our much loved board member Sarah Dunning on 3rd September after a battle with cancer.
Sarah had been a member of the AIA board since its inception in 2014 and had contributed hugely to its success. She was also a trustee of Catholic Concern for Animals and had been its membership secretary for several years. She had previously served on the committee of the Anglican Society for the Welfare of Animals, representing them on the committee of the interfaith group, Week of Prayer for World Peace.
A wonderful advocate for peace and ahimsa, Sarah was always there for the animals. She gave so much to achieve a world where all animals are loved and respected and can live a good life. We really appreciate her support and friendship. Sarah’s was a life well lived. We will miss her terribly.
Sarah leaves behind her husband Darrell (Daz) and two children, Claire and Paul. Our thoughts and prayers are with them.
Putting Animals on the Agenda of the:
OneJAIN Paryushan & Das Lakshan Events 2021
Watch on YouTube from 2nd September 2021
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