Animal Welfare Social Action Directory

Below is the information of organisations working in the area of Animal Welfare:

Animal Rebellion, National

Animal Rebellion is a mass movement that uses nonviolent civil disobedience to bring about a transition to a just and sustainable plant-based food system, to halt mass extinction, alleviate the worst effects of climate breakdown and ensure justice for animals. They are a decentralized, global movement for climate and animal justice. There are plenty of campaigns you can engage in via the Animal Rebellion website, along with a quiz you can take to find out what kind of ‘rebel’ you to give you an idea of what team you would fit in best with inside of the movement. Furthermore, Animal Rebellion has opportunities to volunteer or join a local group (currently set up in Essex, Exeter, and Leeds). To find out how to get involved, visit their website.

Sustain, London

Sustain is a powerful alliance of organisations and communities working together for a better system of food, farming and fishing, and cultivating the movement for change. Together, they advocate food and agriculture policies and practices that enhance the health and welfare of people and animals, improve the working and living environment, enrich society and culture, and promote equity. Working in collaboration, Sustain develop networks of people and organisations to devise and implement projects and campaigns, and to provide a platform for recognition and replication of pioneering work; run highly effective and creative campaigns, advocacy, networks and demonstration projects, aiming to catalyse permanent changes in policy and practice, and to help equip more people and communities with skills as change-makers; advise and negotiate with governments, local authorities, regulatory agencies, funding bodies and other decision-makers to ensure that legislation and policies on food, fishing and agriculture are publicly accountable and socially and environmentally responsible. There are several ways you can support the work that Sustain do, from volunteering with them (mostly in their London office) to following their top 10 tips to getting active in your local area. To find out how to get involved, visit their website.

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