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Top Vegan Organizations Join Forces To Build A Stronger, More United Movement

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Leaders from the major UK vegan and farmed animal charities and NGOs have met in London today to discuss ways to build a stronger, more effective and united vegan movement.

Organizations attending the meeting include ProVeg UK, The Vegan Society, Animal Aid, Animal Equality, The Humane League UK, Humane Society International UK, PETA, Viva! and Veganuary.

According to the groups, they want to ‘discuss their plans, how they might learn from each other and, most importantly, how they can support each other and work together in progressing veganism and meat reduction in the UK and beyond’.

Alliance

Director of ProVeg UK Jimmy Pierson said: “There are so many long-standing organisations that have been working tirelessly for this cause for decades, making this meeting a unique melting pot of experience from which we can all gain a great deal.

“We hope it is the beginning of a deeply valuable alliance of like-minded organisations that will create a stronger, united movement, which will, in turn, spare more animals and the planet.”

ProVeg UK, in collaboration with Veganuary, initiated a similar gathering last year – the first of its type for 25 years.

‘Fantastic opportunity’

Louise Davies, Head of Campaigns, Policy and Research at The Vegan Society, said: “This is a fantastic opportunity to discuss areas for collaboration and to share knowledge.

“We’re all doing really exciting things in different areas to contribute to the growth of the vegan movement, and hearing others’ plans is always motivating and inspires new ideas.

“By working together, we can reach bigger and broader audiences and learn from each other’s successes and challenges.”

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