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ATAAC | Australian Teens Against Animal Cruelty - ATAAC Receives World Compassion Award



Ataac has been awarded the 'World Compassion Award' which we received for our work to 'promote the vegetarian diet and raise awareness for the compassionate treatment of animals worldwide'.

Supreme Master TV is a free-to-air satellite channel broadcasting 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, with a variety of programs in English with over 30 subtitles and 60 languages. Broadcasting on 14 satellite platforms across the globe.

We recently did a small interview with them that telecast on their News segment, which received such a great response it was requested we do a full interview. We were so excited as it will be telecast to over 60 countries!

Ataac was then honoured to receive the 'World Compassion Award' as well as $1500.00, a beautiful crystal award and a personalised letter from Master Ching Hai.
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On behalf of Ataac, we would like to thank Master Ching Hai for this wonderful award and giving us the opportunity to promote our cause of educating youth in Australia and now worldwide, on leading a cruelty free lifestyle without harming animals.
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Video: ATAAC Interview on Supreme Master TV

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  • 23 Jul 2014
    IT appears one Council's way of dealing with a dog that had no real 'home' for 3 years, posed no threat to anyone and was being cared for by one person over this time, is to shoot the dog who was so close to getting rescued and medical treatment for his wounds caused by his skin overgrowing his collar. RIP Boy. Feel free to comment on City of Darwin's FB page https://www.facebook.com/cityofdarwin A beautiful boy died today ........he had no name...except "boy", he had no home.....except the bush and he never got the chance to be loved. He did have someone who cared for him and gave him food a...
 
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