National Anti-vivisection Society


National Antivisection Society


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21 March 2006

The NAVS is the world's premier anti-vivisection group, leading the campaign for the abolition of cruel and futile experiments on animals for over 100 years. Founded in 1875, we have consistently received...

The mission of the NAVS

21 March 2006

The National Anti-Vivisection, founded 1875 Our Mission: To awaken the conscience of humanity in all parts of the world to the iniquity of experiments or processes causing suffering or distress to...

The history of the NAVS

20 March 2006

The National Anti-Vivisection Society (NAVS) is the world's first organisation campaigning against animal experiments having been founded in 1875 by Miss Frances Power Cobbe, a great humanitarian who published...

The little brown dog

17 March 2006

Background On Thursday, December 12 1985, the NAVS erected a statue of a little brown dog in Battersea Park, London, to commemorate the suffering of millions of laboratory animals worldwide, but also,...

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