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Join us for World Lab Animal Day 2013

3 January 2013

April 24th is World Lab Animal Day, a day when across the world we highlight the suffering of laboratory animals with one voice. We need you to be part of it. Can you help us raise much needed funds and...

Lab promises to increase openness have a hollow ring

2 January 2013

The horror of animal experimentation is compounded by the secrecy that surrounds it. However, recent statements from the animal research community about developing more open policies have a hollow ring,...

Britain’s new law on animal experiments

2 January 2013

After a decade long battle in Europe to secure progress AND to prevent existing protection being dismantled, we are now close to seeing EU Directive 2010/63 adopted into UK law. The first overhaul of...

International Primate Day 2012

2 January 2013

This year’s International Primate Day highlighted the suffering of primates in laboratories around the world. USA: Unborn baby monkeys were given doses of the drug ketamine, exposed in the womb, killed,...

Export of wild caught monkeys for vivisection blocked

2 January 2013

A number of female monkeys trapped in the wild and shipped to Israel cannot be exported for medical research, Attorney-General Yehuda Weinstein said in June 2012. “Since [the monkeys] have been trapped...

Bullfighting banned in Bogotá, Colombia

23 November 2012

In June 2012, the Mayor of Bogotá announced that bullfighting will no longer be allowed in Colombia’s capital city, following a campaign by ADI and local groups.Bullfight organisers Taurine Corporation...

Vision Express ends use of wild animals in advertising

23 November 2012

Vision Express has agreed with ADI to introduce an ethical policy on animal use and will no longer feature wild or exotic animals in their advertising. The decision follows discussions with ADI about...

Cosmetics companies resume animal testing

23 November 2012

Several major cosmetics companies which previously claimed non-animal testing policies, have been stripped of their cruelty-free status due to expanding their sales into China. Although cosmetics testing...

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