Together, we will make a difference

Join us - February 1st

Vegan Unity Day is a peaceful, social movement with the aim of uniting vegans everywhere in a day of advocacy and activism, to create a better world for all living things.

 
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Together, we will make a difference

Join us - February 1st

Vegan Unity Day is a peaceful, social movement with the aim of uniting vegans everywhere in a day of advocacy and activism. To create a better world for all living things.

 
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#VeganUnityDay

 

Who’s involved?

Everybody can be.

Not everyone can go to a march. Not everyone is comfortable with talking to people in the street. All kinds of nonviolent and peaceful participation are welcome.

If you’re a chef, share some recipes. If you live near the coast, clean up a beach. If you’re part of a local group of activists, arrange for an event on the day. And let us know what you’re doing! Use the hashtag #VeganUnityDay2020 to share your ideas.

Non-Vegans are welcome to help out too. Just keep in mind that this is to promote a vegan way of life. If you’re thinking of becoming vegan, try out the Vegan Starter Kit and watch some vegan documentaries like Cowspiracy, Forks over Knives or Earthlings.


Why February 1st?

Every New-Year, the Veganuary movement does an amazing job of of bringing new vegans onboard. It makes sense that we should come together, when we’re at our strongest.

Every year there will be more of us and every year we’ll make more of a difference. We should use that opportunity to do something great! A world without suffering, exploitation and hunger is possible if enough people stand up for it.


Who’s behind this?

You are! No one-person or organisation can lead a group like this. But we could lead ourselves. If we’re going to make a difference, we’ll have to find a way.

There are already so many institutions, full of good people, trying to make a difference to animals rights, climate change, lifestyle medicine and nutrition. And they all do. If you’re a part of something like that, join us and participate alongside us on the day. Let’s all stand together and speak in one voice.


Why bother?

Veganism can be a very personal thing. We don’t all have to agree on everything. But we can all agree that the world is nowhere near where we’d like it to be. If that’s going to change, we have to unite. We have more common ground than not.

By coming together to bring positive change, we have the opportunity to show ourselves and the world, what we can do.

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Who’s involved?

Everybody can be.

Not everyone can go to a march. Not everyone is comfortable with talking to people in the street. All kinds of nonviolent and peaceful participation are welcome.

If you’re a chef, share some recipes. If you live near the coast, clean up a beach. If you’re part of a local group of activists, arrange for an event on the day. And let us know what you’re doing! Use the hashtag #VeganUnityDay2020 to share your ideas.

Non-Vegans are welcome to help out too. Just keep in mind that this is to promote a vegan way of life. If you’re thinking of becoming vegan, try out the Vegan Starter Kit and watch some vegan documentaries like Cowspiracy, Forks over Knives or Earthlings.


Why February 1st?

Every New-Year, the Veganuary movement does an amazing job of of bringing new vegans onboard. It makes sense that we should come together, when we’re at our strongest.

Every year there will be more of us and every year we’ll make more of a difference. We should use that opportunity to do something great! A vegan world is one without suffering, exploitation and hunger and it is possible if enough people stand up for it.


Who’s behind this?

You are! No one-person or organisation can lead a group like this. But we could lead ourselves. If we’re going to make a difference, we’ll have to find a way.

There are already so many institutions, full of good people, trying to make a difference to animals rights, climate change, lifestyle medicine and nutrition. And they all do. If you’re a part of something like that, join us and participate alongside us on the day. Let’s all stand together and speak in one voice.

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Worldwide, more than 70 billion land animals are killed for food every year. We can change that.

 
 

Get Involved

There are no limits to the ways you can choose to be involved. But it is important that this remains a nonviolent and positive day of action.

Promote the principles of veganism. Do not cause harm.

There is no set agenda, no set location and nobody to lead a movement. Its success relies on groups and individuals, each doing their part to make the world a better place for all living things.

You can choose to do that through peaceful activism or through advocacy.

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#VeganUnityDay

 

Advocates

Many vegans feel uncomfortable with activism. That’s okay. We need you too!

There are countless ways you can get involved as an advocate. There is a way for everyone to be involved.

You could…

  1. Share your story on social media

  2. Give healthy, plant-based food to the hungry

  3. Clean up a beach

Whatever you are comfortable doing will make a difference.


 
 

If the world went vegan, it could save 8 million human lives by 2050, reduce greenhouse gas emissions by two thirds and lead to healthcare-related savings and avoided climate damages of $1.5 trillion

 
 

 Activists

There are a multitude of vegan activism groups all around the world. These people take the issue to the streets and speak out for ethical practices in organisations. To educate and hold-to-account.

Reach out and find your local group. Whether you’re concerned about animal rights, climate change or human health & welfare, you’re sure to find a group of like-minded people willing to help you find your voice.

Activism is only encouraged whilst it is legal and nonviolent.

 

We will make a difference. What are you going to do? 

If you would like to contribute either personally, or as part of a group or organisation, please get in touch. You can let us know by Email, on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook or fill out the form below.

We'll help you find your voice in the community of activists and promote vegan businesses, action groups and charities. We'll also send you information about how the movement is progressing and find a way for everybody a way to get involved.