Make the Fur Ban at Kingston University an Official Policy
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On March 9th 2017, students at Kingston University passed a motion to implement a ban on the use of fur in students projects.
In the wild, varieties of traps are used to catch animals. They are trapped for days, and become vulnerable to the elements and predators. Some gnaw off limbs to escape.
Most fur comes from farms where they live in poor conditions, until they are slaughtered just for their pelt.
Fur is a cruel industry, and needs no place in our future. A number of companies tied to the fashion course, and companies Kingston University graduates have gone on to work for do not use fur. Companies such as Armani, Hugo Boss,Tommy Hilfiger, Thomas Pink, and many more are all fur free. The ban will not be detrimental to students prospects after graduating.
This petition is to created to persuade Kingston University to honour the votes of its students, and implement the ban on the use of fur in students project. Fur has no place in this world, and it has no place Kingston University.
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