Animal Rights Posters, Flyers, Leaflets And Stickers
To encourage people to help stop animal abuse, distribute material which helps raise awareness of animal cruelty and suffering. Posters, flyers and informative leaflets are available from a number of major animal charities. You can actively hand them out to people, or simply leave or display them where they will be seen.
You could set up an information stall, display the posters on it and give out the leaflets, flyers and posters to members of the public on the street. You can design the leaflets and posters yourself using pictures and information you find on the internet, or you can find animal charity and animal rights websites that have them ready made for people to distribute.
You could even give out samples of vegan “cruelty-free food & drinks” that you have made from your information stall to show people how delicious it can be as an alternative to food funding the cruel meat, dairy and egg industries.
I have even seen these information stalls combined with a small tombola, or offering cups of soup on a cold day for a small donation, but you would need to check if a license is required for accepting donations of money.
Image: Example of a poster urging people to adopt pets instead of buying them or breeding more.
Image: Example of a poster or flyer to display or distribute to raise animal abuse awareness. This one is protesting against animal testing. Source
Posters could be displayed on public or community notice boards, shop notice boards, shop windows, in workplaces, community centres, church halls, or in your car windows. If you live somewhere where people pass your house windows, you could display posters in your windows.
You could also leave flyers and leaflets in your workplace, medical waiting rooms, and anywhere else people are likely to see them. If you receive animal charity newsletters or magazines, leave them in medical waiting rooms for patients to read.
Some animal charity and animal rights websites offer leaflets, posters and flyers to download and print. You can find those here.
Some animal charities give stickers away for free that people can use to stick on items they send through the mail, on notepads, files, the back of their phones, their laptops, and anywhere else they can think of where people will see them. Some people stick them in public places, such as on benches, bins, and sign posts, etc, although they do that at the risk of getting in trouble with the law!
The Vegan Punk website makes simple notices available for downloading and printing, and offers instructions on how placing the notices next to products in supermarkets can be effective activism.
Return To Table Of Contents