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On this page you will find animal rights outreach materials. These include vegan and animal rights posters, leaflets, flyers, and stickers.
You can download many of these these materials for free. Ordering them pre-printed can sometimes incur a small charge. Any charge is usually to cover printing and postage costs. Anything left goes towards the fight against animal abuse.
You can hand the leaflets out to people, put them on car windscreens, or simply post them through peoples doors.
Display or place the animal rights posters and other campaign material anywhere people are likely to see them. This can be at work, in car windows, medical waiting rooms amongst the reading materials, your house windows, on community notice boards, in community halls, and other places.
In doing this you will be helping animals by raising awareness of the issues.
You may find the animal rights posters, leaflets, stickers and other campaign materials on this page helpful for any outreach activities you are doing. These might be information stalls, demonstrations and protests, and fundraising events.
If you share this page, you will be helping animals, because it means other people can use the materials on it to help more animals.
Find more ideas of how to help animals by raising awareness, here.
They offer a number of different leaflets under the topics: animal experiments, veganism and farming, slaughter, horse racing, shooting, wildlife, leaflets for young people, and other topics.
Animal rights posters are also available from Animal Aid on similar issues.
Their resources for young people are available here. They include booklets, campaign leaflets, fact sheets, posters and stickers.
Other campaign resources they offer are briefings, booklets and reports.
Their literature covers many animal rights issues.
The Activist Resources section of their website can be found here,
Image: Just a few of the leaflets available from Peta. Source
You can view them online, download and print them, or order them as a paper copy.
The following can all be downloaded and printed for free:
There are also animal masks available to download and print which could make more of a visual impact when used at a demonstration, protest, or even an information stall or fundraiser.
The Vegan Society
You can download or order paper copies of the leaflets, here.
They have a leaflet about the rabbit fur trade to available to download, here.
The National Anti-Vivisection Society, NAVS, campaigns against animal experimentation in the UK and worldwide.
Here are a number of leaflets from NAVS:
See other NAVS printables here.
The Animal Justice Project
Paper copies are available to order for a fee. All money is spent on the fight against animal cruelty and suffering.
Image: Flyer from The Animal Justice Project.
The mission of TAVS is to galvanize and facilitate an organized grassroots movement of abolitionist veganism around the world that reflects our recognition of the moral personhood of nonhuman animals.
The Advocacy of Veganism Society offers its leaflets to download in English, French, German, Lithuanian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Romanian an Spanish.
Founded in 1993, Vegan Outreach is a 501c3 nonprofit organization working to end violence towards animals.
Vegan Outreach offer their booklets to download, or paper copies to be ordered.
Action For Animals
Action For Animals operates under the simple principle that animals do not exist for humans to eat, wear, experiment on, or use for entertainment. They promote a vegan lifestyle and strive to end animal suffering through educational outreach, demonstrations, and media involvement.
Leaflets and fact sheets from AFA can be printed here.
Compassionate Action for Animals
Compassionate Action for Animals (CAA) carefully chooses what it thinks are the most effective, accurate, and honest literature to raise awareness of the conditions farm animals face and ways we can help make a difference.
You can download its suggested leaflets here.
Factory Farming Awareness Coaliton
The Mission of the FFAC is to empower people to help save animals, the environment, and their own health through their daily food choices.
They will help you spread awareness with leaflets.
Freedom For Animals (Formerly CAPS)
Freedom for Animals, formerly the Captive Animals’ Protection Society, highlights the plight of animals in captivity.
In their shop they have many free leaflets and postcards you can have to spread the word. They are grateful if you are able to make a donation towards the postage, as that reduces their costs and leaves them more funds to help animals.
Their pamphlets are available in 29 different languages.
Image: Example of a vegan poster from The Abolitionist Approach. Source
Beauty Without Cruelty (BWCA)
Beauty Without Cruelty is an animal rights organisation with a primary objective to educate and inform the public about the exploitation, abuse and suffering of animals and to offer humane non-animal alternatives to replace cruel and harmful lifestyle choices.
They have on their website animal rights posters and pamphlets to download and print covering a variety of issues.
Posters Against Cruelty
This website invites you to sign up for their “Poster Of the Week” Challenge. A poster will be sent out every week, which you should display, and take a selfie with it, then post it on social media with the hashtag #PostersAgainstCruelty.
You can alternatively order copies of select posters here, but beware, they are pricey compared to other places.
Image: Girls taking part in the Post Of The Week challenge, taking selfies with animal rights posters they have stuck up.
The Absolute Vegan website offers what it feels is the best of the animal rights/vegan resources on the internet.
Its choice of animal rights posters and flyers can be downloaded or ordered as paper versions.
In addition, it has a number of suggestions of how else you can spread the animal rights message.
Animal Ethics was formed to provide information and promote discussion and debate about issues in animal ethics, and to provide resources for animal advocates.
Their website has downloadable leaflets and fact sheets available for you to print and distribute.
Image: Example of one of the leaflets available from Animal Ethics.
Animal Welfare Institute
The Vegan Punk
The Vegan Punk blog makes simple animal rights posters and notices available for downloading and printing. It offers advice on how placing the notices next to products in supermarkets can be effective activism.
The Humane Myth are a community of former farmers, animal rescuers, animal sanctuary founders, educators, and artists working to create a just and nonviolent future.
On its website it offers leaflets, handbills, flyers and other printables addressing the humane myth.
This leaflet against badger culling is available to download and print, here.
Adopt, Never Buy Poster:
Click here to download a full quality version.
How Else To Effectively Spread Awareness Of Animal Rights
Do you want to make the world a kinder place by helping stop terrified animals being put through horrific cruelty? By helping to change peoples habits by raising awareness, you can do that. As well as the materials on this page, there are many documentaries that have caused people to stop causing animal suffering with their lifestyle.
Have a look on this page to find out how to be an effective advocate for animals, whilst making sure you care for yourself and keep your mind healthy and happy. You can find more ways to spread awareness here.
Other Ways To Help Stop Animal Suffering
On this site there are many varied ways you can help animals and help stop cruelty. In fact, there are so many different ways that there is something for every personality type, no matter what their circumstances.
If you would like to learn more about why we so urgently need to help stop animal suffering, please see this website. It will allow you to broaden your knowledge of many different types of world wide animal abuse, giving you the ability to help animals by spreading awareness and answering questions people may have. Please be aware that you may find the information distressing.
One great way to help animals is to share the information you have seen on this website. Doing so means more people could help stop animal cruelty, and that would make you responsible for more animals being saved from suffering. Together we can help people help animals <3
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