26th January, 2017
Members of the European Parliament’s Committee on Agriculture voted yesterday, January 25th, in favour of a report that could end the practice of raising rabbits in cages
20th January, 2017
Next week, on January 25th, members of the European Parliament’s Agriculture Committee will vote on a report that could pave the way for legislation to ban battery cage farming of rabbits.
28th December, 2016
Breaking! Animal Equality films farm workers beating newborn calves and cows on a dairy farm in Somerset, England.
Hidden cameras set up this month by Animal Equality investigators captured shocking scenes of animal abuse on a family-run dairy farm in Somerset, UK. The footage shows farm workers violently punching tiny calves and kicking cows in the face.
17th October, 2016
Throughout September we attended the Labour, Liberal Democrat and Green party conferences.
4th October, 2016
Animal Equality turned 10 in 2016!
26th July, 2016
Animal Equality investigators rescue bird facing slow death on UK farm
28th June, 2016
On Tuesday 22nd June, representatives from three of our European offices visited the EU Parliament in Brussels to support an initiative to outlaw battery cage farming of rabbits in Europe.
31st May, 2016
Between January and May 2016, two Animal Equality investigators filmed inside three typical but randomly chosen pig farms in England. They uncovered shocking conditions at each, including one owned by the British Pig Executive (BPEX) Chair who recently received a Queen’s honour for her work.
8th December, 2015
With a shared vision of helping as many animals as possible, our partnering suggests many more victories for animals in the future.
8th December, 2015
Livestock is causing more greenhouse gases than all the cars, trains, ships, and airplanes put together. Meat production is one of the main factors of global warming.
4th July, 2015
The result of antibiotic overuse? A bug endemic which is sweeping across European pig farms.
24th June, 2015
Four years after twelve Spanish animal rights activists were arrested, the Regional Court of A Coruna rules that they have no relation with the releases of minks they were accused of.