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The Vegan Information Project (VIP).

Dublin-based Vegan Information Project is dedicated to public education initiatives based on an intersectional understanding of the entangled nature of modes of oppression and liberation.

2016

2016 was the Vegan Information Project’s busiest year yet. We are back in Temple Bar Square for the foreseeable future – every Thursday, 1-6pm – with our Vegan Information Day event, which will feature our unique “tea station” in the warmer weather. VIP took part in All We Need Is Love’s 12-hour hour vegan festival, and the 4-week “Culture & Arts Festival” organised by the Icon Factory in association with Dublin City Council and Temple Bar Company. VIP volunteers gave talks at a showing of Cowspiracy, Dublin Vegfest, VegfestUK in Brighton, Bristol, London, and Scotland, and appeared on the Late Lunch with Gerry Kelly of LMFM Radio.

Along with VEGO (Vegan Education on the Go), organised by Declan Bowens, VIP clocked up more than 350 hours of direct-to-the-public vegan education and produced more than 50 video diaries in 2016.

2015

In 2015, into 2016, the Vegan Information Project have teamed up with VEGO (Vegan Education on the Go) for weekly “Vegan Information Days” in Dublin city centre. See this video.

2014

VIP have had a busy 2014 (see video immediately below). We have introduced new features to our ground-breaking gazebo stall events, “Vegan Information Days,” not least a second gazebo! Our stalls have featured in 2014 in three different locations in Dublin city centre, Westmoreland Street, Temple Bar Square, and the top of Grafton Street, and also in Rathmines and Dun Laoghaire.

Check out the changes, and all our activities, in the video…

Our busy 2013 World Vegan Month programme (see 3-minute year review video below) included public educational events, pay-to-view events, media appearances, conferences, a “mini-course” on social movement theory and social movement participation, and workshops on animal ethics and effective animal advocacy.

2013

In 2013, VIP completed a successful 16-week residency in Dublin’s Temple Bar Square (every Wednesday with our “Vegan Information Day” stall, from 11 in the mornings until 7 in the evening, distributing vegan-based literature, handing out free vegan food samples, asking people to watch from a variety of movie clips available, or enjoy a cup of tea at the VIP “tea station,” where they can chat about veganism and animal rights – or just get on with reading their newly-acquired leaflets and booklets. Also, in exchange for donation, we have a range of goods, such as vegan food portions, necklaces, bracelets, rings, and badges.¬†And if people want to know the location of vegan-friendly cafes and restaurants, they can get all the information they need from special maps the VIP produce.)