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How are RSPCA policies and position papers adopted?

Policy statements are adopted, or later amended, on the unanimous vote of the RSPCA Australia member Societies, and following the recommendation of the Animal Welfare Policy Review Committee (AWPRC) and the RSPCA Australia Board. Compliance with policy statements is binding on all member Societies.

Position papers are adopted, or later amended, on the majority vote of the RSPCA Australia member Societies, and following the recommendation of the AWPRC and the RSPCA Australia Board, if they concern issues related to existing, adopted policies, or on the unanimous vote of the member Societies, and following the recommendation of AWPRC and the RSPCA Australia Board, if the position is outside adopted policies.

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Updated on May 2, 2019

The policies and positions of the RSPCA referred to on this site represent the guiding principles to which we aspire in fulfilling our various roles. We are committed to giving effect to these principles wherever possible and practical.

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