A smaller post-pandemic National Animal Rights March but just as passionate about a more compassionate world

With only around 1,000 people taking to the streets at this year’s National Animal Rights March in London – compared with 12,000 at the last similar (pre-pandemic) event in 2019 – the drummers were more important than usual. Events like this are all about creating a vivid spectacle to attract the attention of the publicContinue reading “A smaller post-pandemic National Animal Rights March but just as passionate about a more compassionate world”

12,000 march in London to highlight cruelty – and environmental destruction – of industrial farming

I’m not a great one for being in a crowd; not much of a “joiner”, full stop. And yet yesterday I happily found myself joining the 12,000-odd vegans walking through London for this year’s Animal Rights March. I went along out of interest, as a way of getting out of my comfort zone, and endedContinue reading “12,000 march in London to highlight cruelty – and environmental destruction – of industrial farming”

2,500 to 10,000 in two years: growth of veganism reflected in annual march

Karen was one of the estimated 10,000 protesters at this year’s Animal Rights March in London. Here, she reflects on its growth over the past two years and its contribution to highlighting the cruelty of killing animals to gratify human consumption Last year I joined 5,000 vegans on the Animal Rights March across London, anContinue reading “2,500 to 10,000 in two years: growth of veganism reflected in annual march”