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Think before you drink

6 October 2005

Less sugar means more suffering for Archerís performing animals Diageoís latest TV ad, for the low sugar ready-to-drink Archers Vea, has been slated by Animal Defenders International (ADI) for using...

ADI welcomes EU vote on REACH

6 October 2005

Results on the REACH* vote on animal testing at the latest EU Environment Committee meeting have endorsed key non-animal experiment strategies. Key decisions included: all animal testing to be subject...

ADI launches Stop Circus Suffering campaign in Portugal on World Animal Day

4 October 2005

British tourists urged to stop supporting animal misery ADIís latest campaign to end the use of animals in circuses is being launched in Portugal today - World Animal Day and the birthday of St Francis...

ADI urges public to complain to ASA about government ad featuring performing seal and penguins

22 September 2005

The UK governmentís latest Working Family Tax Credit TV commercial, which features a performing seal and penguins, has been roundly condemned by Animal Defenders International. ADI is a major international...

ADI Report on Acute Toxicity Testing Calls for Supporters to Lobby MEPs Before Vote on REACH

20 September 2005

GREEN MEP Caroline Lucas campaigns to replace animal tests On 4 October, the EUís Environment Committee will vote on REACH, the new regulation on chemicals that is destined to create a surge of circa...

ADI Reports on Latest Animal Politics

16 September 2005

Animal Defenders International (ADI), the international animal campaigning group, launches its report, Political Animals, for the Political Party Conference season to highlight current animal protection...

Historic Declaration to be Signed in Kinshasa to Save Great Apes

12 September 2005

Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo, 9 September 2005. At an historic conference held in Kinshasa, the Great Ape Survival Project (GRASP), a unique United Nations partnership of governments, conservation...

ADI Reports from Kinshasa on united call to save great apes as UNEP/ UNESCO conference opens

5 September 2005

Animal Defenders International (ADI) reports from the UNEP/UNESCO GRASP Conference in Kinshasa, where governments in 23 great ape range states, governments with aid and economic interests and NGOs working...

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