Filed Under: Debate & Persuasive Arguments
Debate Kit: Are ‘No-Kill’ Policies Killing Animals?© iStock.com/mayalain
Students can use this kit to prepare an argument stating that “no-kill” policies at animal shelters have unintended consequences and increase animal suffering.
Debate Kit: Is Speciesism Unethical?
All animals deserve rights and equal consideration, and speciesism is an unjustifiable bias. Have students use this kit to explore the reasons why.
Debate Kit: Should the Commercial Seal Slaughter Be Stopped?
The Canadian government should end its funding of the commercial seal slaughter immediately. Have students use this kit to explore the reasons why.
Debate Kit: Is It Ethical to Eat Animals?
Eating animals is cruel, unsustainable, and unethical. Have students use this kit to prepare an argument stating how we can help animals by making the switch to vegan eating.
Debate Kit: Should All Companion Animals Be Spayed and Neutered?
Spaying and neutering companion animals is vital to ending the animal-overpopulation crisis. Students can use this kit to prepare an argument stating that sterilizing companion animals should be mandatory.
Debate Kit: Is Animal Agriculture Harmful to the Environment?
Animal agriculture is cruel, unsustainable, and bad for the environment. Have students use this kit to prepare an argument stating how we can help heal our planet by choosing vegan foods.
Debate Kit: Should Animals Be Used in Experiments?
Animal testing is ineffective, unethical, and wasteful. Have students use this kit to prepare an argument stating why animals shouldn’t be used for experimentation.
Debate Kit: Should Marine Mammals Be Held in Amusement Parks?
This kit is an essential tool for helping your students speak up for animal rights, counter opposing viewpoints, and excel in a debate.
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“Almost all of us grew up eating meat, wearing leather, and going to circuses and zoos. We never considered the impact of these actions on the animals involved. For whatever reason, you are now asking the question: Why should animals have rights?” READ MORE
— Ingrid E. Newkirk, PETA President and co-author of Animalkind