ALiberation is a Dublin based Animal Rights / Abolitionist / Liberation
Our aim is to inform the public about respecting the rights that nonhuman animals have: The right not to be murdered; the right to freedom, the right to bodily integrity and the right not to be considered property.
To further this aim, our work consists of:
- Changing mentalities and preconceived ideas about animal exploitation.
- Promoting the Vegan Lifestyle.
We promote our aim by sending our message across all spectrums; from a grassroots level to a governmental level.
From the PC to the street we actively urge different individuals, shops, businesses, industries and politicians to abolish animal exploitation.
We educate the public about respecting animal (both human and nonhuman) rights through literature, events, conversation, video and correspondence, etc.
Our main animal use industry campaign is the animal fur industry. Within an animal rights context we raise awareness of this trade. We focus on three areas:
- Informing shops about fur and urging shops selling fur to adopt a fur free policy,
- The abolition of Irish fur factory farms.
- Educating the general public and to encourage everyone to help assist in the first two areas.
ALiberation actively promotes veganism
. This consists mainly of the distribution of information on veganism. This is an essential campaign for animal rights as it is its starting point. A vegan lifestyle is based on compassion and rejects the exploitation of human and non-human animals.
We also support other campaigns run by other groups that share the same end goals as ALiberation. Examples include the end of vivisection, of animals in circuses, of greyhound racing, flesh industry, etc.
If you would like to help, we would emphasise that the best way to help animals is to become vegan. If you would like to know more please send an email to the email address below or call the phone number listed.
If you would like to support any of our campaigns or become more actively involved in animal rights, then please email or phone us, join our mailing list, come out to events, spread the message, complete our action alerts, contact local shops or politicians, or make a donation towards the cost of our materials.