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The European Commission Needs to Uphold a Full and Complete Ban on Testing Cosmetics Ingredients on Animals
It’s a disgrace. Ingredients used in cosmetics continue to be tested on animals within the EU. Please take action!
Victory: Cruel Mouse Test to Be Ended in EU
PETA pressure and campaigning have led to a humane alternative to replace the test, saving hundreds of thousands of mice.
Covance Pays PETA Europe £145,000
In the final chapter of Covance’s efforts to bar PETA Europe from publicising footage of animal abuse in a Covance facility, company agreed to pay PETA Europe £145,000.
Norway Rejects Military Application to Use Live Pigs in Deadly Training Exercises
Promising news: the Norwegian Animal Research Authority has rejected an application by the Norwegian Armed Forces to injure and kill animals in archaic trauma training exercises.
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.
Success! US Military Takes a Huge Step Towards Ending Its War on Animals
In a groundbreaking victory, the US military has agreed to replace the use of animals in six different areas of medical training with modern human-patient simulators.
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.
Claire Cooper Says NO to Beagle Experiments
Claire Cooper, best known for her role as Jacqui McQueen in Hollyoaks, takes action against plans to build a new beagle breeding facility in East Yorkshire.
Good News! India Bans Import of Cosmetics Tested on Animals
A huge victory for animals – the Indian government has just announced a ban on the import of animal-tested cosmetics!
Why I Took the Stage During an Animal Experimenter’s Speech
Maternal deprivation experiments on baby monkeys are a textbook example of unethical psychological research, and they need to stop.
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