Animal Justice Project is an international, non-profit organisation dedicated to the ending of animal experimentation and other forms of speciesism. We believe that non-human animals should have equal rights and standing in the world. By bringing to light the reality of vivisection, through advocacy, education, outreach and research, we aim to expose the injustices that take place in society with regards to animals.
Animal Justice Project is working to create a society where all animals are treated equally, with compassion and respect, as well as an end to their exploitation in laboratories and farms. We advocate the abolition of animal breeding, and the abolition of the use of animals in all forms of research and within educational institutions. Animal Justice Project is opposed to animal experiments on moral grounds and also on scientific grounds. Animals are not our slaves.
In 2014, over 3.87 million experiments were carried out on animals in the UK alone; and over a billion were killed in the same year for "food". Also at least 4.5 billion fish and 2.6 billion shellfish. That’s a total of over 8 billion animals in just one year. These forms of mass, institutionalised animal exploitation are the greatest social justice issues of modern time.
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