In the Animal Rights Action Network promo, with the tagline 'Only Cowards Abuse Animals', the former X-Factor contestant is seen holding her rescued mixedbreed dog Sheba.
What does ARAN stand for?
ARAN stands for Animal Rights Action Network (Ireland)
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We have 3 other meanings of ARAN in our Acronym Attic
- American Rheumatism Association Medical Information System
- Association pour la Recherche Avancée en Microélectronique et Intégration de Systèmes (French: Association for Research in Advanced Microelectronics and Systems Integration; Belgium)
- Automated Engineering of Autonomous and Run-Time Evolving Systems (International Workshop)
- Automation, Robotics and Machine Intelligence System
- Army Reserve Account Maintenance and Provisioning (US Army)
- Adaptive Risk Assessment Modeling System (US DoD)
- Advanced Regional Atmospheric Modeling System
- Animal Reporting and Movement Service (UK)
- Automated Reliability, Availability and Maintainability Standard
- Agenzia per la Rappresentanza Negoziale (Italian organzation for technical control in public law)
- Association Royale des Architectes de la Province de Namur (French: Royal Association of Architects of the Province of Namur; Namur, Belgium)
- Authenticated Routing for Ad-Hoc Networks
- Automatic Road Analyzer
- Advanced Research Agency Network
- Anti-Racist Action Network
- Automotive Recyclers Association of New York
- Applied Research Associates New Zealand
- Archives and Records Association of New Zealand (est. 1976)
- Acute Renal Artery Occlusion (nephrology)
- Anti Racism Anti Oppression
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Animal Rights Action Network is pushing for tougher punishments in the revised upcoming Animal Health and Welfare Bill.
Ryan, 37, has not officially endorsed the ad but Irish charity Animal Rights Action Network said the image was too good to pass up in its campaign to cut down on strays.
The second protest will be held outside the hare coursing event at Powerstown Park in Clonmel from 12pm to 2pm on Saturday by Limerickbased group Animal Rights Action Network.
And yesterday Animal Rights Action Network director John Carmody described Northern Ireland's Dangerous Dogs Act as a "complete shambles".
Spokesman for Animal Rights Action Network Stephen Wymore said: "Animal abusers are cowards, and we're hoping this reward will apprehend those responsible for this sickening abuse.
John Carmody of the Animal Rights Action Network said the issue of using wild elephants at circuses needed to be dealt with once and for all.
Animal Rights Action Network supporters will descend on Cork city to call on Agriculture Minister Simon Coveney to bring in the revised Animal Health and Welfare Bill urgently.