If you’re new to this website and don’t know where to begin exploring its contents, here are some suggestions about what you can find and where you may want to look first depending on your interests.
You may use our search tool (which you’ll find at the top right on any of our pages). You can also take a look at our website map, where you’ll find the location of all the pages on our site, complete with access links.
Animals are always in need of people who want to do something for them, so thank you! You may go directly to our Defending Animals section, or, more specifically, to the What you can do do or the Collaborate with Animal Ethics page. From there, you can visit other parts of our website, where we explain how animals can be aided, including our sections about how animals can be helped in nature and how to reject animal exploitation.
If you’re going to read just one thing, consider this general introduction. If you’re willing to explore the issue a bit more, it may be useful for you to take a look at the general texts in the various sections on this site. More specifically, we recommend reading the following texts for each of the topics:
Once you look at these pages, you may have a good idea of where to proceed as the contents of our pages are often interconnected. We also share posts regularly on Facebook and Twitter that reference our website content and related topics in contemporary news.
You may want to expend a more significant amount of time reading supplementary texts. Remember, also, that many pages include a number of references which will allow you to look for more information and data about each of the issues.
Feel free to check the website map and use the information on this site as it will be beneficial for you. We will also be happy to provide help developing content for a website, leaflets or other materials.
You can follow the suggestions above below concerning what particular content may be more interesting to you, and you may also want to consider how we can help you to undertake your research. We will be happy to welcome you too if you consider joining our research team, and you can let us know if there’s any other way you think we could collaborate.