Jeanne Marchig Award-Recipients
“In Recognition of Outstanding Practical Work and Tireless Dedication in the Field of Animal Welfare and Protection”
For his relentless work for dogs in Turkey and Romania and his efforts to bring about much needed change, that will result in better welfare conditions and protection.
For her work on behalf of dogs and cats in Turkey and her constant efforts to bring about much needed change, to enhance their welfare and protection.
For her work in improving the conditions for stray animals in India and for her activities in environmental issues.
For helping to spearhead the “Animal Liberation” movement in Australia and establishing a number of much needed animal care and rescue shelters in India.
As a principal author of the Animal Protection
laws in his country (1975-1986).
As Founder of the "Jeunes Amis des Animaux" and her outstanding practical work in the field of animal welfare and protection.
In recognition of his unfailing and passionate support of the animal welfare cause throughout his long and illustrious parliamentary career.
As Founder of the Jean Sainsbury Trust, which provides funding to various groups and charities working in the fields of animal protection and wildlife conservation.
Shocked by the deplorable conditions under which primates were being captured, transported and exploited, as well as discovering that no one seemed interested in helping the “plain” monkeys, whose sufferings often went unnoticed, in 1973, she transformed her concern into action and formed the IPPL. Since that day she and her organisation have fought relentlessly to protect primates throughout the world.
In recognition of FRAME's contribution towards the replacement of laboratory animals in experiments by alternative methods.