The UCL Animal Rights Society is a non judgemental, opinion based educational platform with the goal of raising awareness on key animal rights issues and abuses, emphasising on the anthropogenic effect on our climate and the animals we share it with. We believe that non human animals are entitled to the possession of their own existence and that their most basic interests- such as the need to avoid suffering- should be afforded the same consideration as similar interests of human beings. Through creative means such as fundraisers, campaigns, workshops and volunteering, we aim to create a space for open dialogue to place specicism and other animal rights issues at the forefront of student priority in an enjoyable yet knowledgeable manner.
We have an array of events planned for you including online campaigns, workshops, panel discussions, blogging and vlogging opportunities and, when COVID-19 permits, volunteering opportunities at shelters and sanctuaries. In the meantime, please spread the news about this society by liking, commenting and sharing our socials. Together, we can create a wonderful family of animal lovers at UCL!
Disclaimer: All topics discussed through this society are to raise awareness and bring animal rights to the forefront of common discourse.
Society email address: [email protected]