Triple Olympic gold medallist and Brooke global ambassador Charlotte Dujardin's photo diary of her trip to India.
Alex Ridgeway, our farriery project coordinator, explains why a career in farriery can not only improve the lives of millions of horses, donkeys and mules, but can also be a secure and prosperous one for young people.
For the second time, Brooke has called out Gordon Ramsay for not considering animal welfare on one of his cooking shows.
An animation created by Brooke called ‘Invisible Helpers – Working Livestock in Sustainable Development’ was shortlisted for a people's choice award in the SDGS in Action Film Festival
Brooke India has been hard at work offering emergency relief to equines and their owners following May’s emergency appeal. Approximately 60,000 equines and 40,000 owners are expected to receive fodder, first aid kits and medicines by the end of the outreach programme.
On Tuesday 6 July Brooke participated in an official side event at the UN’s High Level Political Forum (HLPF) examining the importance of working livestock in rural communities across Central America and the innovations that have improved resilience, in the context of sustainable livelihoods and disaster preparedness and response.
Ahead of Brooke's virtual side event at this week's High Level Political Forum, Fredred Valdivia, Regional Representative of Brooke Latin America Central (BLAC) explores the vital contribution of working animals in disaster prone areas.
Brooke, ILRI and Chatham House teamed up to host a learning lab as part of the Agriculture, Nutrition and Health (ANH) Academy Week on Wednesday 24 June, exploring the ethical importance of animal welfare within research.
Stakeholders gathered in Burkina Faso from 8-9 June to discuss the devastating impact of the donkey skin trade on donkey populations and communities across Africa, and pledged to work on a cross-regional approach to protecting the species.
Brooke attended the G7 as part of the Civil Society 7, and used every opportunity to make sure country representatives were considering a One Health approach, recognising that human, animal and enivronmental health are inextricably linked