Born and raised in Lebanon, Seb Alex moved to Europe in 2011 to pursue his career in Sustainable Architecture. Having worked with the UNHCR’s refugee program for a year, he then took the opportunity to enter the corporate world and work as an international coordinator of projects for an architecture company in Barcelona.
A year after, he decided to leave his corporate life behind and dedicate all his time to what really speaks to his heart: Animal Rights Advocacy.
During 2018, he gave talks on Vegan Advocacy, Why Veganism, Why Activism and Learning From Previous Struggles to over 1200+ people across Europe (such as but not limited to: Germany, Sweden, Turkey, Poland, Switzerland) and Australia.
In 2019 and 2020, he was invited to speak about Animal Exploitation & Sustainability in more than 50 universities and schools in Germany, Switzerland, Belgium, The Netherlands, United Kingdom and Portugal, reaching more than 5000 students between the ages of 13 and 30.
He is now working on creating social media content, helping out with the organization of grassroots activism events, preparing a FREE ebook for animal rights and helping run the world's first Animal Rights & Vegan Support center, the Lebanese Vegans Social Hub in the heart of Beirut, Lebanon.
Animal Farm investigations help show the public what the industry tries so hard to hide: Animal Exploitation and Suffering.
In 2019, 33 talks were given on Animal Rights and Sustainability in Educational Institutions in Switzerland, Belgium,
The Netherlands, Germany & Portugal to around 2300 students.
So far, up to 100 workshops have been given to activists in Ireland, Germany, Poland, Finland, Norway, Spain, Turkey and Australia covering Animal Rights, Effective Advocacy, The Importance of Activism and Learning From Previous Struggles
Organizing Educational Street Activism events where we engage in friendly conversations with bystanders about animal rights and speciesism.
Organizing peaceful vigils to bear witness outside slaughterhouses &
raise awareness about animal exploitation.
Street interviews about veganism, sustainability and other subjects to engage with the public & question their daily habits regarding animal products consumption.