The Viva!Activist team blog about vegan products, animals, our Viva!'s life saving campaigns, cool and interesting vegans, poetry and other competition entries - and you! Join the #veganvoice by sending us your vegan stories or anything you think we might like to email@example.com.
When you think of puppies, what typically comes to mind? Cute creatures full of fun and life? A mini-version of man’s best friend? There are clearly lots of positives about puppies – yet many of them become pets in much more negative circumstances. Recent reports have revealed that ’puppy farms’ are on the rise in the UK: a method of breeding dogs for sale on a big scale.
Emma Gilberton and Josh Luck are young film makers and passionate about Animal Rights and have made a powerful short film that looks at how humans treat animals. They made it with BBC Raw (a BBC pilot project for socially and racially diverse young people who want to develop as digital filmmakers. They did this with zero budget so an extra well done to them!).
Oscar shares his story on going vegan and a delicious recipe from his website! #veganvoice is a chance to get your story heard and inspire others to make compassionate changes - send us your stories today by emailing them (with a picture!) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
November is the month of The Great Vegan Challenge – an initiative to try a vegan diet for four weeks. And the good news is – it isn’t even that much of a ‘challenge’! Typically we associate challenges as being hard, whilst embracing a vegan diet could be seen as the opposite – especially at Viva!. Here we offer you a FREE 30 Day Vegan program, and you can start it whenever you like.
A surprisingly common question asked when a person first chooses to follow a vegetarian or vegan lifestyle is ‘But what about bacon?’
What about it? It seems bacon has been in the news a fair bit recently, as according to a report by the World Health Organisation (WHO), processed meats such as bacon, ham and sausages, can contribute to causing cancer.
Blog by our Viva! Activist and trainee journalist, in India, HJ Srikanth
Animal rights activists across 7 Indian cities marched for animal liberation with an aim to create awareness among general public. In Chennai, over 50 animal right activists marched at Elliot’s Beach in Besant Nagar on Sunday, 20 March.