The Resource Library to help you help animals

Anima International was designed to encourage knowledge sharing across country borders and animal advocacy organizations. We aim to help people around the world who want to help animals by providing them with the information, resources, advice and inspiration they need to change the world for the better.

Today, we are very proud to highlight our Resource Library. 

It is a first-of-its-kind online platform where we share our videos, photos, articles and webinars with everyone working to help animals, anywhere in the world, for free. 

What kind of content does it include?

  • Undercover investigations
  • Virtual reality 360 videos and drone footage
  • High quality photos and video
  • Articles and webinars
  • Talks and lectures

What subjects does it cover?

  • Cage-egg and broiler farming
  • Fur farming
  • Foie gras
  • Pig farming and mutilation
  • Fish
  • Live animal transport
  • Turkeys, quails and ducks
  • Rabbit vivisection
  • Dairy farms
  • Rescued animals
  • Plant-based meal photography
  • Newsletters, fundraising, social media, working with the press

How does it work?

To get access to the free resources all you need to do is quickly register on the website. We ask for your name, country and email address and then you are ready to go. This is to help us track who is actually using the library and assess how we could improve in the future.

The Resource Library means that you and all the animal advocates you know now have access to a wealth of content that can be downloaded quickly and easily. We will also update the library frequently and add even more content in the future.

So check out the Resource Library, bookmark the page for later and tell your colleagues and fellow advocates all about it.

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