Co&xister works for a respectful coexistence between humans and animals, thus showing that it is not only possible,
it is more-likely necessary and life-saving.
The link between mistreated animals or animals destined for slaughter and adoptive families :
Support for the cohabitation between surviving animals and their adoptive families, thus enabling them to learn to live together with respect for each other.
Discover our rescues here !
SUPPORT FOR RESILIENCE
In a perspective of convergence of social struggles, we also gladly accompany suffering human beings on their path to resilience.
Thanks to introductory meditation, psychological support and life coaching, among other things, Pierrick, Virginia and the association's partners are helping people in difficulty to achieve greater serenity.
Through permaculture and by taking care of the animals, people in need will learn to take care of themselves and will spontaneously work to improve their well-being.
DECREASE & ECOLOGY
Our values go beyond anti-speciesism and egalitarianism. We are working for a system that will put respect for living beings and the Earth before profit.
That way, we act in coherence thanks to permaculture and a plant-based organic, zero waste and local diet, facilitated by our support. For us humans and for the animals we welcome, in respect of the ecosystem.
The organization of events around interspecies mediation and the convergence of social struggles :
Conferences, concerts and other debates
All other activities that promote interspecies understanding.
SUPPORT FOR PROFESSIONAL REORIENTATION
Support for the reorientation of sectors previously involving the exploitation of animals:
Moral support for people who are financially dependent on livestock and who would like to reorient themselves in a sector free from animal exploitation; a common reflection on the perspectives, a call for donations to finance the structural improvements of their farm/land and the promotion of their reconversion among the public if necessary.
Discover the testimony of Jean-Marc Charriere, former farmer that (re)became antispeciesist here.