StopBoknal2015

Korean Embassy Event Today

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Currently the NoToDogMeat supporters and volunteers are at the Korean Embassy in London, peacefully rallying against the Boknal festival, as well to push for an end to the horrid dog meat trade.
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Many have gathered to show their support for NoToDogMeat.
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Many are doing their part to be a voice for the innocent victims in the meat trade.  We hope you will stand alongside us, as there are many more events upcoming within the next couple of weeks/months!

More photos coming in as the event continues on:
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The CEO of NoToDogMeat is Julia De Cadenet

Say NO to dog and cat meat
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#StopBokNal2015 Team Set Off On Journey!

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Today Robert, Daisy, Justin and their 7 strong doggy team today commence their journey along Scotland’s Great Glen Way! Over the next 7 days they will be covering 80 miles. The trails starts from Fort William at the foot of Ben Nevis, the tallest mountain in the UK.

Just before setting off Fort William
Just before setting off from Fort William

The team are walking to raise awareness of the terrible Korean dog meat trade and the period of intensified dog meat eating around Bok Nal, the hottest days of the year. One of the fallacies used to promote dog eating in Korea is that is helps to cool the body.

In Korea dogs are actually farmed and there is even a breed of dog which is regarded by Koreans as livestock for the purposes of consumption. This is the Nureongi dog – which literally means ‘yellow one’ they are regarded in Korea as inferior but in reality they are just like any other dog – capable of loving, feeling and suffering. Those few dogs who have been rescued make loving companions.

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Pictured here is Claudia, a NoToDogMeat supporter with her rescued Nureongi dog. Other dogs can also be bought for meat at markets and people can even take their own dog to the slaughterhouse when they have served their purpose….

No To Dog Meat: July Events

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No To Dog Meat has a busy schedule for July. We have two events and more upcoming within the next few months. First in July, an event will be held at Hyde Bark, with many activities, exciting stalls and entertainment. We hope people will come and visit us and join the many activities being held.
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https://themayhew.org/events/hyde-bark-2015/
5th July 2015 – Sunday
Location: The Mayhew’s Hyde Bark
Trenmar Gardens Kensal Green London NW10 6BJ
Time: 10 am – 5 pm

NTDMProtestEventWe will also be holding a peaceful demonstration outside the Korean Embassy in London on 13th July, Monday at 1 pm ending at 5 pm.

Location: Embassy of South Korea in London
60 Buckingham Gate, London SW1E 6AJ

Directions from Victoria station:

Petitionhttps://secure.avaaz.org/en/petition/Korean_Parliamentarians_for_People_Children_Environment_AFFPD_Asian_Forum_Make_torture_of_dogscatsall_animals_illegall_s/

Event grouphttps://www.facebook.com/events/799139086852016/