Pressure Groups Giving Summary Of Purposes And Views Of Each Of These Groups

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1. Greenpeace is a type of pressure group that is not financed by the government, but it is however an international pressure groups, with associations based in many countries. Their focus is to ensure the ability of the earth to nurture life in all it diversity. They campaign against worldwide issues such as global warming, deforestation and overfishing via protest, petitions and actually taking action (e.g. destroying a crop of GMO wheat, investigating slaughterhouses to ensure they livestock are being killed humanely and helping to reform laws such as the European Fishing Policy). They encourage volunteers to help in any way they can (e.g. by holding fundraisers, joining their local Greenpeace network) and also encourage donations. However; they do not accept donations from the government or political parties.

2. RSPCA is stands for royal society for the prevention of cruelty of animals, which was founded in 1924 with the name society for the prevention of cruelty of animals and was run by a total number of 22 staff members and led by Richard Martin MP, William Wilberforce MP, and the Reverend Arthur Broome in a small coffee shop. It became the royal society for the prevention of cruelty of animals in 1840 when permission was given by Queen Victoria. Their plan is to protect domestic animals against cruelty and ensure livestock are slaughtered humanely. They campaign against electronic…

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