This powerful and eye opening guide clearly makes the argument for veganism – for the sake of animals, the environment, and human wellbeing.
The 32 page booklet has been redesigned with information fully updated to reflect the contemporary reality of animal industries. We’ve also included a new section on how human rights are impacted by animal exploitation, including climate change refugees and the safety and mental health risks to slaughterhouse workers and their families.
Over the last decade we have distributed hundreds of thousands of Vegan Easy booklets around Australia, helping countless people go vegan and saving the lives of countless animals. It is free for all and available at vegan cafes and bookstores, as well as handed out by groups nationwide during regular outreach events.
The new Vegan Easy booklet is designed as a companion piece to the Vegan Easy website and 30 Day Vegan Easy Challenge, where people new to veganism can follow a structured 30 day program of recipes and tips to help kickstart their journey toward a kinder, greener life.
If you haven’t visited the Vegan Easy website, you’ll find
Animal Liberation Victoria offers engaging and professional presentations for schools across Victoria. Our presentations are not graphic and encourage students to think critically, highlighting the relationship between human and non-human animals.
Cocktail suits, evening gowns and custom creations added to the glamour and sophistication to ALV's new Vegala fundraiser event, an opportunity for vegans and the vegicurious to experience something unique amongst the plethora of festivals and markets we all know and love.
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