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I am so pleased to announce that, having spent months defending the inhumane transport of unweaned calves from Scotland to Europe in the face of our campaign, the Scottish Government has finally conceded that this trade was in breach of the legislation and has stopped...

To celebrate International Day of Charity, I’m privileged to share information on the wonderful work of South Africa’s Humane Education Trust of which I’ve recently become a patron. I’m honoured to introduce this guest article by its founder, Louise van der Merwe....

The annual British Birdwatching Fair or ‘Birdfair’, described as ‘the birder's Glastonbury’, has gone virtual this year due to Covid-19, running from 18th-21st August.  I was delighted to be interviewed by actor, Born Free patron and wildlife enthusiast, Dan Richardson, about what’s gone wrong for wildlife in...

Shoppers looking to well-known fish certification labels for higher standards of animal welfare are likely to be disappointed, according to the findings of a new investigation carried out by my team here at Compassion....

My father-in-law, the late Peter Roberts, Founder of Compassion in World Farming, was a deeply spiritual man. When Peter was once asked to define 'factory farming', his response was "Where the individuality of an animal ends, factory farming begins". ...