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Anti-vivisection groups unite to urge MEPs: ‘Don’t sell the animals short’

Six leading animal protection groups have joined forces to urge key MEPs to vote for measures that would end laboratory secrecy and cruelty, as we approach a crucial vote to proposals to change the European...

Political pressure mounts to Save The Primates

A parliamentary petition has been tabled calling for an end to primate testing. It comes as MEPs debate changes to the animal testing regulations right across Europe for the first time in more than...

March 11th sees historic ban on animal testing for cosmetics in the European Union

The National Anti-Vivisection Society (NAVS) welcomes this week, the historic ban on testing of cosmetics products on animals. Although many UK shoppers think that animal testing for cosmetics is already...

ADI announce the launch of the Save the Primates investigation

SHOCKING TESTS EXPOSED INSIDE HUNTINGDON LIFE SCIENCES UK LAB, AS EU CONSIDERS ENDING PRIMATE EXPERIMENTS Today a groundbreaking new documentary revealing the all too visible distress that lab primates...

20th January 2009: Deadline for changes to European rules on animal experiments approaches

Animal Defenders International (ADI) says no effort will be spared in trying to push through changes to European laws overseeing animal experiments. 12 million animals die in European experiments each...

19th January 2009: Chance to change history with revision to European rules on animals testing

European legislators have a once-in-a-generation opportunity to influence experimentation across the European Union where 12 million animals die in experiments each year. The long awaited revision of...

27th November 2008: European Commission guilty of hypocrisy over replacing animals in experiments

Animal Defenders International (ADI) and the National Anti-Vivisection Society (NAVS) have strongly condemned an announcement that the European Commission plans to help fund a massive new animal breeding...

17th November 2008: Inquiry into primate research was biased and deeply flawed – says NAVS

The National Anti-Vivisection Society (NAVS) and Animal Defenders International (ADI) have submitted a formal complaint to the European Commission about the organisation of a public hearing on the use...

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