News & Updates
We spoke with WAM contributor and visual journalist Ana Palacios to learn more about her compelling documentary work, which takes her worldwide as a public speaker educating others about the intersection of social issues.
We Animals Media has documented horrific conditions and intense suffering for animals trapped inside two Quebec fur farms. Images taken in August show foxes living in small barren wire cages and minks confined in filthy, crowded conditions.
This week we’ve got big news on our progress with getting animal stories in the media. Jo-Anne McArthur has been awarded Highly Commended in Wildlife Photographer of the Year for her image, “Life and Death in Fur Farming”.
A joint investigation by Asia for Animals Coalition and We Animals Media has revealed brutal and illegal wet market conditions for animals in Vietnam, including dogs and cats, critically endangered wildlife, rats, birds, snakes and toads.
To mark World Photography Day, Jo-Anne McArthur sat down with world-renowned photographer Nick Brandt for a conversation on spellbinding images, bearing witness, and creating change in a desperate world.
We Animals Media contributor Lukas Vincour is an animal liberation activist and a documentary photographer from the Czech Republic. We spoke with Lukas to learn more about his provoking work.
Quebec has the most cattle farms of any Canadian province. Last month, We Animals Media Founder Jo-Anne McArthur toured rural Quebec with a local investigator to document the lives of these animals.
In many countries around the world, markets for fur are closing down as demand wanes. This year, on February 9, 2022, the first-ever national Bill to ban fur farms was introduced in Canada (Bill C-247).
This World Oceans Day we’re telling the stories of aquatic life. These hidden animals are all too often neglected in our conversations about and consideration for animal sentience and marine conservation.
Answering where leather comes from is a complex, international story across a 4,000 km border. We Animals Media contributor Christian Faesecke documents how cows are trafficked from India to Bangladesh where they are killed for leather.