Explosive new footage and images supplied to Kindness Project by Farm Transparency Project reveal the appalling conditions in which iconic Australian saltwater crocodiles are being forced to live, on farms owned by luxury French fashion house Hermès.
Why does Kindness Project exist?
Kindness Project is an animal rights organisation that has been born out of the belief that in order to dismantle the animal industrial complex (AIC) it is imperative that our advocacy is inclusive of all those who are harmed by it.
The most obvious harm caused by the AIC is caused to animals raised for food and fibre, however the devastation is far reaching and humans, our precious environment and wild non-human animals suffer immensely due to this system.
Kindness Project exists not only to assist in the dismantlement of the AIC but to help forge of a kinder, more compassionate future in which the wellbeing of human, non human animals, and the environment is prioritised over the pursuit of profit.
Assisting to dismantle the Animal Industrial Complex through fighting for kinder consumer-based systems, particularly those of food, fibre and entertainment.
A world in which non-human animals, human animals and the planet are respected for their inherent worth, and not exploited for the benefit of the industrialised world.
Our board is a passionate team of people with a diverse range of skills and experience, working together in the hopes of making the world a kinder place for all.