Briefings, booklets and reports

Click on the links provided in each section to view or download a PDF of the booklet.

Please note: Due to the Covid-19 situation, we are not currently able to send out any resources. We hope that we will be able to start sending these out again very soon. 

To order any of these resources, simply email us. Please be sure to include your postal address.

Animal experiments

  • The Case Against Animal Experiments This report makes the scientific case against the use of animals in biomedical research. A4, 24pp, 2015.
  • Don’t Leave a Legacy of Suffering Don’t leave money in your will to a charity that funds animal experiments
  • Science Corrupted This report exposes the appalling animal suffering and immense squandering of scientific resources in the GM mouse revolution. A4, 44pp, 2013. Available for download only
  • Victims of Charity Report looking into the animal research funded by Cancer Research UK, British Heart Foundation, Alzheimer’s Society and Parkinson’s UK; finding not only appalling suffering, but also a lack of significant health benefits to people. A4, 46pp, 2011
  • Making a Killing Report on how drug company greed is harming people and animals A4, 54pp, 2008
  • Animals: The Hidden Victims of War The use of animals in warfare and weapons research A5, 24pp, 2006
  • Human Tissue Research A4, 4pp, 2010. Available for download only


  • Your Guide to Going Vegan A guide to animal-free shopping, cooking and eating. Includes 11 recipes from breakfast to pudding. A5, 44pp, 2017
  • Plant-based Cooking on a Budget A budget-conscious guide to eating vegan. Information on cupboard staples, money-saving tips, simple meal ideas and a set of cheap and nutritious recipes. A5, 28pp, 2019
  • A Pocket Guide to Veganism A small pocket-sized booklet containing information on why to go vegan, nutrition know-how, shopping tips, eating out guide and list of helpful apps and websites. Ideal for street stalls and giving out at vegan events. A6, 16pp, 2019
  • Vegan Student Survival Guide A guide aimed at helping students who are already vegan or want to go vegan. It contains lots of useful information on eating vegan on a student budget, including recipes and shopping tips. As well as this, the amazing anti-poverty campaigner and chef Jack Monroe has lent us their top tips for vegan students!
  • Young Veggies Basic guide to vegetarianism for young people A5, 16pp, 2012

Animal Farming

Horse Racing


Wildlife Culls

Living Without Cruelty

Supporting Animal Aid

  • Legacy Booklet
    Guide to leaving a legacy to Animal Aid A4