A staggering 72 billion chickens are slaughtered for human use each year.
Pigs are sociable, affectionate, strong-willed individuals who form important bonds with family and friends, just like we do.
Sheep are exploited for their flesh, skin and wool.
The myth of a happy farm life and painless death masks a life of misery.
Cows only produce milk for their offspring, yet their babies are killed so we can drink their milk.
Are you wearing stolen skin?
Our oceans are home to countless, amazingly diverse beings. Fish can recognize other individuals, keep track of complex social relationships, and work cooperatively with other species.
Experiments on animals for medical purposes are not only cruel they are unreliable.
Safe havens for endangered wildlife or profit-motivated prisons for exploited animals?
The hidden cruelty behind the goat milk industry...
The world's largest land-based wildlife slaughter is happening to Australia’s iconic kangaroos.
A timeline of ALV's efforts to end duck shooting over 34 years.
Animals are exploited and slaughtered not only for food, but for clothing, accessories, and cosmetic products.
Animal agriculture is a leading cause of global warming, water usage, oceanic dead zones, land clearing, species extinction, suffering and death.
Being vegetarian is a great start on the road to a kinder life. But are eggs and dairy truly the cruelty free choice some people think they are? We give you the information you need to decide for yourself.
In the most comprehensive study to be conducted into diet and disease, The China Study showed plant-based diets to be associated with decreased risks of developing cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes and many other diseases.
Humans like the idea of living in a better, more compassionate world but fail to realise the intrinsic connection between animal rights and human rights.
With scorching weather continuing to sweep across Australia, please be mindful of animals in the extreme heat. Apart from more obvious burn injuries, heat stress can have serious and even fatal consequences for animals.
Bees produce honey for bees, not humans. When nectar and pollen from flowers is in short supply, bees rely on their stored honey as their food source, which keeps them healthy and sees them through colder months.