Brooke joins an unprecedented coalition of 50 animal welfare charities is urging the Government not to waste a ‘once-in-a-generation opportunity’ to redefine our relationship with animals through a new animal health and welfare strategy.
Last week, Brooke was invited to attend the C7 summit, which is the primary route for civil society organisations to input into the upcoming Group of Seven (G7) Summit in June.
To mark World Vet Day on April 24, Brooke has joined a number of international organisations in signing an open letter calling on governments and international agencies to invest in animal health and welfare in order to prevent another pandemic.
To mark World Vet Day 2021, Brooke Ethiopia's Dr. Alemayehu Hailemariam (AHM), discusses the challenges facing veterinary professionals in Ethiopia and the wider dangers of failing to invest in animal health systems.
This early May Bank Holiday, you can raise vital funds for Brooke by taking part in the Captain Tom 100, a new fundraising event set up to celebrate the life and legacy of Captain Sir Tom Moore, who famously raised £38.9 million for the NHS last year by walking 100 laps of his garden before he turned 100.
A statement on the international treaty for pandemic preparedness and response that has been agreed by Prime Minister Boris Johnson and 23 other global leaders.
The MyHackathon challenge is back and this year, for the first time, Brooke is giving riders the opportunity to choose their own distance.
For the first time, Brooke’s Animal Welfare and Ethical Review Body (AWERB) have issued guidelines to help researchers and their teams, both within Brooke and externally, consider ethical concerns at the stage of research proposal development.
This spring, Brooke is urging supporters to Step in their Shoes and take on a 100 mile challenge to raise £100 for working horses, donkeys and mules.