Paul Lamb’s Battle for the Right to Die

Paul Lamb, who was previously known as ‘L’, has revealed his true identity in an assisted dying court case. Previously he had the right to anonymity but has decided to waive this right as a… View Post

The Organic and Free Range Myth

The terms ‘organic’ and ‘free-range’ suggests that the meat, dairy or eggs you are buying are humane, ethical and cruelty-free. But for the most part, this is not the case. First of all, just because… View Post

The EU Ban on Animal Testing for Cosmetics is a Victory for Animal Rights – But More Needs to Be Done

There is now a complete ban on the sale of cosmetics that have relied on animal testing. So for those who are worried about their cosmetics being cruelty-free or not, there is now no need… View Post

Adopting a Vegan Diet for Humanitarian Reasons

People choose a vegan diet usually for ethical, health or environmental reasons. These are all valid reasons and I expect that most people justify their plant-based diet on the basis of either animal welfare or… View Post

The Ethical and Environmental Implications of Lab Grown Meat

So earlier this year Dutch scientists used stem cells to create strips of muscle tissue, which many are claiming is a sign of greater things to come – the mass production of lab-grown hamburgers! An… View Post