Brian May nominated Observer Ethical Awards – Vote NOW!!


CONGRATULATIONS to Brian on his nomination as Campaigner of the year


Observer Ethical Awards

Voting for this year’s Observer Eithical Awards is now launched. Brian May appears in the Campaigner of the year shortlist at the voting page link:


This category recognises the public-facing campaigner who has made the biggest difference to Observer readers and put ethical issues on the global agenda. Who in our top five do you think should be campaigner of the year?

Brian May
Brian May CBE

Brian is best known as a member of rock band Queen. A passionate animal rights campaigner, he founded Save-Me and Team Badger to protect wildlife. “I believed I could change the world through music. Lately, I realised that to achieve real change, fight cruelty, and bring justice, I had to take up arms. I founded Save-Me to give wild animals a voice”, he says.

Please spread the word, get friends, family, colleagues, neighbours to vote and support Brian’s ethical cause.

The voting page launched yesterday and this year there’s a couple of prizes to be won, including a luxury safari holiday in South Africa.

Voting is simple, it only takes 30 seconds sign up and vote, and readers can vote in all three categories, or just the one. So please get sharing and note that voting closes 22nd May.

NOTE: You can log in via your Facebook page you don’t need to register. Just click Facebook link on the voting page

Brian May and badger
Brian May