We're celebrating another major victory in our campaign for cage-free coffee.
Local authority calls for an end to the bear bile tourism industry
UK artist Katrina Slack creates sculptures from lost and abandoned fishing gear in support of the Sea Change campaign
Fancy a different day out with family or friends this March? Then get involved with a local beach clean and embrace the community spirit involved in these...
We are fighting to save wild animals and keep them where they belong – in the wild.
Every minute of every day, around the world, millions of animals are suffering. They urgently need our help.
Help make sure that your actions on holiday don’t support animal suffering. Compassionate travel Animal cruelty can be a by-product of tourism. Animal circuses, zoos, bullfights and ‘swim with dolphin’ programmes are all examples of animal exploitation in the name of entertainment. You can avoid contributing...
Many wild animals are protected by law. It is illegal to buy, sell or harm them. Yet the illegal wildlife trade still thrives, putting many wild animals in danger of cruelty and exploitation. Success for the NWCU! We were thrilled with the announcement in 2016 that the National Wildlife Crime Unit has secured...
We are governed by a Board of Trustees from a wide variety of backgrounds. The International Board is made up of between 11 and 14 trustees. Current members are: