National Anti-vivisection Society


National Antivisection Society

MEPs back campaign to end primate tests across Europe

Posted: 30 April 2007


To mark World Lab Animal Day (April 24th), ADI and NAVS launched a new Declaration in the European Parliament backed by MEPs John, Bowis (UK), Martine Roure (France), Jens Holm (Sweden), and Mojca Drcar Murko (Slovenia). The Declaration calls for immediate bans on the use of apes and wild-caught monkeys in European experiments and for the Parliament to set a timetable to end the 10,000 experiments performed in the EU every year.

ADI staged a launch reception inside the Parliament and a special photocall with MEPs appearing as non-human primates.

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