Animal Equality works around the globe to expose the inhumane treatment of farmed animals, but once an investigation is released, how do we use this information to do even more to help animals?
For 15 years, Animal Equality has worked tirelessly to raise awareness about what happens to billions of farmed animals behind the closed doors of farms and slaughterhouses all around the world. To date, we have investigated more than 800 facilities and were…
Since Animal Equality was founded in 2006, our team has been at the forefront of driving meaningful changes for animals through strategic and powerful public demonstrations. From carrying out open rescues of animals suffering in factory farms to disrupting the cruel industries…
Animal Equality’s work on behalf of farmed animals is made possible through the generosity of our amazing supporters. Here we meet Dawn and learn about doing the most good through donations, her love of Latin dance, and why she supports Animal Equality. Thank you, Dawn!
Looking for a way to give back during the holiday season? You can help hundreds of animals by creating a fundraiser for Animal Equality on Facebook! Here's how ...
In 2011, a meeting was held between the founders of Animal Equality – Sharon Núñez, Jose Valle and Javier Moreno – and a very determined activist, Amruta Ubale. Shortly after, Animal Equality India was born. Amruta and her team got started immediately.
In recent years much of the conversation around soy has been heavily focused on deforestation and climate change. And because soy is often a key ingredient in plant-based meals, it is a common misconception that foods promoted as meat and dairy substitutes – such as tofu and soy milk – are driving deforestation. But what is the truth? In this article we answer the most Googled questions about soy, and debunk the main myths about this much-debated bean.
Consumers across the globe are demanding more transparency about the sources of their food— especially with regard to animal welfare. In response to public pressure, food companies are committing to do better. But one company has completely ignored calls to raise their standards: Home Chef.
Even small actions have the potential to make a global impact. Help protect animals and the planet from devastation: join our fight against industrial farming.
The public deserves the truth. For this reason, Animal Equality's investigators take their cameras where the industry does not want you to see.