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Cosmetics Testing Ends in Europe: A victory for ethics and science

Today (March 11th) the NAVS welcomes the final stage of implementation of the European Cosmetics Directive. This ends the sale, in the EU, of cosmetics that continue to be tested on animals elsewhere in...

Commissioner confirms intention to maintain EU cosmetics marketing ban

As the March 11th deadline approaches for the implementation of the EU marketing ban on cosmetics which have been tested on animals, the NAVS contacted the EU Health Commissioner to get confirmation regarding...

MP debate presses Government on animal experimentation issues

In a Westminster Hall debate on 12 February 2013, Henry Smith MP drew attention to concerns about the use of animals in experiments in the UK. Mr Smith questioned the Government about its pledge to...

Government stand on experiments on stray animals welcomed

The NAVS has welcomed the Government's statement in Parliament to confirm that the UK will not licence the use of stray cats and dogs in experiments, with no exemptions. The new EU Directive on animal...

New legislation on animal experimentation

Key information concerning the transposition into UK law of EU Directive 2010/63 on the use of animals for scientific purposes The UK is currently undergoing the first major revision of animal experimentation...

Parliamentary Briefing: Summary of Key Areas of Concern

Transposition into UK law of EU Directive 2010/63 on the use of animals for scientific purposes: Key Areas of Concern for Parliamentary Scrutiny of Government Proposals View briefing as PDF Summary The...

Legislative Briefing: Thematic Review of Animal Experiments

Transposition into UK law of EU Directive 2010/63 on the use of animals for scientific purposes: A mechanism for replacement of animal use with advanced scientific methods through Thematic Review...

Europe votes on new rules on animal experiments

“The public will be disappointed by missed opportunity,” says the National Anti-Vivisection Society Today, the second reading of the Protection of animals used for scientific purposes (repeal. Directive...

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