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European Chemicals Agency Listens to Compassionate Scientists, Promises to Focus on Alternatives to Animal Testing
Finally, ECHA recognises that conducting tests on animals only as a last resort is a key legal principle.
Success! ECHA Responds to Our Letter, Promises to Do More to Reduce Animal Tests
After 24,000 compassionate Europeans signed our open letter to the European Chemicals Agency about senseless experiments on animals, officials assured us that they are taking action.
24,000 Compassionate Europeans Demand Action on Chemical Testing
We’ve delivered your signatures to the European Chemicals Agency calling on officials to do their job and minimise the number of animals who are poisoned in deadly tests.
New Ad Urges Politicians to Halt REACH’s Rising Death Toll
Following a detailed complaint lodged by PETA, the EU Ombudsman confirmed PETA’s darkest fears about what has been happening in the world’s largest animal testing programme, REACH.
European Ombudsman Ruling on PETA Complaint a Victory for Animals Used in EU Chemical Tests
The European Ombudsman has determined that the ECHA is not fully applying its authority to minimise animal experiments, as required by law.
Europe Must Not Allow Animal Testing for Cosmetics to Happen Through the Back Door
PETA believes that the cosmetics testing ban is a vital start, an important and big step forward, but that there is more to be done.
The Scientists Who Are Determined to Stop Chemical Tests on Animals
REACH is the largest animal testing programme in the world, but many people have never heard of it.
Why REACH Is Letting Animals Down
REACH is the largest animal testing programme in the world, with upwards of 50 million animals estimated to suffer and die in experiments.
Were Animals Poisoned in Unauthorised Chemical Tests? PETA Complaint Triggers EU Inquiry
In 2011, we learned that animals may have been poisoned and killed in toxicity tests that should never have taken place, as part of the EU’s chemical testing programme.
REACH: A Glimmer of Hope?
World’s largest chemical testing programme – Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH) – also happens to be the world’s largest animal killing programme.
Huge Step Backwards as Catalonia’s Ban on Bullfighting Is Overturned
Guess Which Companies Are Leading the Way in Non-Animal Tests
This ‘Twist’ on Bullfighting Takes Cruelty to a Whole New Level
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