Government consultations can lead to new laws being implemented or to the strengthening of existing laws to better protect animals. In this article, we explain what Government consultations are and how they can change the lives of animals.
There are some incredible people fighting for animals; people who have taken great risks and made great sacrifices to help animals. Animal Equality President, Sharon Núñez, tells their stories in a speech given at the Animal & Vegan Advocacy Summit in Washington…
Fish are often forgotten. Compared to other animals, there’s much less awareness around their lives and their experiences. There’s also a lot less information about the fish industry and how it treats fish on farms and inside slaughterhouses.
Lameness is one of the most common and pressing welfare issues on UK dairy farms, but what does it mean for cows and why is more not done about it?
In 2022, together we’ve impacted an estimated 201 million animals worldwide. Here are 10 of the biggest moments for animals in the last 12 months.
Want to make a difference for animals this Giving Tuesday? Find out how you can help create a better future for farmed animals with these three easy actions!
Animal Equality is known for its powerful undercover investigations into factory farms and slaughterhouses. We’ve visited over 800 facilities around the world exposing extreme animal cruelty and suffering. We recently carried out an investigation of a different kind, this time in the…
Animal Equality has investigated nearly 50 UK factory farms and slaughterhouses in the last 10 years. Here are five high-profile cases which never went to trial.
Tail docking is the practice of cutting off a pig’s tail in order to prevent tail biting. Although the practice is legal, performing it routinely is not permitted under UK law. In a new report, Animal Equality and The Animal Law Foundation reveal shocking statistics on tail docking and explain why this is a major problem affecting UK pig farms.
In a groundbreaking, first-of-its-kind vote, Switzerland has set an important precedent that must be celebrated. On the 25th September, Swiss citizens were asked to decide in a referendum whether to ban intensive animal farming. The referendum proposal also called for the Government…