UN: no children to bullfights in ColombiaWednesday, February 11st 2015
The Committee on the Rights of the Child of the United Nations has voted against the presence and participation of children to bullfighting and related events in Colombia.
Court decrees return of bullfights in BogotaWednesday, February 11st 2015
The Constitutional Court has determined that bullfights should be held again in the Colombian capital of Bogota.
Bullfighting returns to TeoceloWednesday, January 21st 2015
In July 2012, the Mexican municipality of Teocelo became the first municipality in Mexico that declared itself against bullfighting. This statement also implied that no feasts with bulls and/or cows would be organized. Unfortunately, the rules that forbade these events have now been canceled.
Majority inhabitants Málaga want bullfighting to endTuesday, January 20th 2015
In the Spanish city of Málaga a referendum as held to gauge how people think about a ban on bullfighting. Málaga is located in Andalusia, one of the Spanish states where bullfighting is most popular. The referendum has revealed that 71.25 % of the voters support the abolition of bullfighting in Málaga.
Ariany new anti-bullfighting municipalityThursday, January 15th 2015
The Spanish municipality of Ariany (Mallorca) have declared itself as anti-bullfighting municipality. 13 municipalities have declared themselves against bullfighting on the Spanish Island till now. This has been achieved thanks to our campaign ‘Mallorca Sense Sang’ (Mallorca without Blood).