If you want to make a difference for animals, something you can do is to collaborate with Animal Ethics. For us to succeed at our work, we need the support of people who volunteer with us or help us in other ways. You can get in touch with us here or by sending a message to Volunteers (a) Animal-Ethics.org.
There are many ways you can collaborate with us, depending on your time, skills and interests. You can help us with street or online outreach work, with research and dissemination of information and by organizing talks and events where we can participate and present our work and our message.
The following are specific examples of activities you may get involved with to strengthen the impact of our work:
Street outreach work
We regularly carry out tabling and leafleting events in many different places worldwide. You can help us reach many more people in the following ways:
- Help us create a new local activist group in your area.
- Tell others about Animal Ethics so they can collaborate too.
- Volunteer at tabling and leafleting events.
Online outreach work
Working online is also a great way to reach many people who otherwise wouldn’t know about the reasons to respect animals. There are many ways you can help us do this:
- You can assist us by spreading our work online.
- You can help us a great deal if you have technical skills. We’re always in need of help with the following:
- Web design
- Graphic design
- Video edition
- Motion graphics
- Applying new technologies to online activism
Research and dissemination of information
If you want to help with this, there are several ways you can:
- Search for information.
- Search for news relevant to animal issues.
- Help us write texts.
- Edit texts.
- Translate texts into other languages.
- Edit photos and videos.
Talks and events
Finally, people can also collaborate by:
- Organizing talks and events where we can speak
- Inviting Animal Ethics to give a presentation at an event you’re hosting
We will be very happy to work with all people who share our aims and values and want to collaborate with Animal Ethics. Remember that if you want to do this you can get in touch with us at this page or at Volunteers (a) Animal-Ethics.org.
If you prefer not to do this, though, we still encourage you to use our website to find more information about speciesism, its consequences and the arguments against it. You can consider changing your consumer habits so they don’t harm animals. You can do this by going vegan. And you can also consider working with other organizations that take speciesism seriously. In addition, our materials, including leaflets and factsheets, are available for you to download and use.