Their Future in Your Hands

Their Future in Your Hands is a great new video resource that is ideal for stimulating discussion about animal rights in subjects such as citizenship, English, RE and sixth form general studies.

The film demonstrates that animals have rich emotional lives - in many ways similar to our own. It explores the various ways in which animals are used in society and encourages students to question our current relationship with the animal world.

Rather than simply describing the suffering of animals in laboratories and factory farms, this is a film of hope, which shows how we can all help to create a better world for humans, animals and the environment.

Suitable for KS3 -- KS5.

Produced for Animal Aid by Environment Films.

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