We actively campaign on all issues relating to veganism — broadly covering animals, planet, health and lifestyle. Here you will find our most recent campaigns. Check out our media centre for our latest press releases and media coverage.
We are in the midst of a global health emergency. Here, we answer the most frequently asked questions about COVID-19 and explain why we must stop eating animals to prevent future pandemics.
- Cows - Meat
Going dairy-free is a smart move not just for ethical reasons but also because it will very likely improve your health in several ways. Try going dairy-free and see for yourself!
- Cows - Meat
We’re asking you to help us educate people and spread awareness about the plight of dairy cows, the hardest working mothers, in the days leading up to Mother’s day.
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Victory: Red Tractor drops abhorrent turkey farm following Viva! investigation
- no porkies
Do you love pigs enough not to eat them? After a successful year of running No Porkies street actions nationwide, we are looking for volunteers to run their own events in their local areas.
Three in four of the world’s new or emerging infectious diseases come from animals. Responsible for nearly three million deaths a year, these diseases are largely transmitted through trading wildlife (legally and illegally) and factory farming.
- dairy cows
Viva! took an all-vegan milkshake bar across the country, giving out free vegan milkshakes at university fresher fairs!
- Vegan now
We are in the midst of a climate emergency. Going vegan is the single biggest thing you can do to cut down your environmental impact. See what you can do help.
Hogwood Farm is a horror farm in Warwickshire housing 16,000 pigs. It is one of the largest pig farms Viva! has ever seen. Conditions there for pigs are so appalling we have launched a campaign urging supporters to TAKE ACTION and help us close the farm down. This campaign has attracted a huge amount of media attention.
Since 2017, Viva! Campaigns have recorded a catalogue of cruelty at Hogwood Farm in Warwickshire, including extreme overcrowding; routine mutilation; cruel farrowing crates; sick and dying pigs abandoned in gangways; the dead left to rot amongst the living; painful lacerations from brutal assaults and live cannibalism.