End the Cruelty
Derryn Hinch has been involved in animal cruelty issues for more than 40 years. He was writing for the New York Times about kangaroo slaughter in the 1970s. Hinch took a petition with 30,000 names to Canberra protesting the live export of sheep and horses in the 1980s.
He has joined international protests over the slaughter of harp seals in Canada, whales in the Antarctic, dolphins in Japan and dugongs and sea turtles at home. He was one of the first to stand with Debra Tranter on Parliament House steps for Oscar's Law.
Hinch is also a long-time supporter of Greenpeace and Sea Shepherd protecting ocean life around the globe.
The Justice Party is working closely with The Greens in Canberra to ban live exports from Australia. For starters, to at least block expanded markets.
Derryn Hinch's Justice Party stands to see harsher penalties imposed for acts of animal cruelty. Animals deserve our respect and need our protection.