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BLOG: A closer look at vivisection – Rhiannon Smith, Animal Justice Project Volunteer

It is estimated over 100 million animals are used for vivisection worldwide every year. Not only are these animals subjected to cruel and prolonged treatments – something which they have no say over whatsoever – the way there are handled and housed also causes suffering, such as being put in small, bare cages.

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Cardiff Campus Without Cruelty outreach!

On Monday 31st October at 1pm, Animal Justice Project, joined Cardiff Animals rights in their Campus Without Cruelty follow up outreach event.

In the spirit of Halloween, this was also a fancy dress occasion, and once again it was a huge success.

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Cardiff Campus Without Cruelty update

As you may have seen in the local media, we launched our Campus without Cruelty event launch at Cardiff University in September!

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BLOG: Cardiff Campus without Cruelty by Rachel, Wales Coordinator

On Friday 23 September, at noon outside Cardiff University, the Animal Justice Project Wales team launched the Campus without Cruelty campaign. Cardiff University are the largest user of animals in Wales, and in the top ten users in the UK! The turnout was fantastic – with faces new and old from all the different

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Animal Justice Project university launches brand new campaign in Cardiff and Bristol!

Today we kick off our new Campus without Cruelty campaign – an Animal Justice Project initiative to tackle animal experiments taking place on university campuses across the UK. Currently, government figures show that around half of all experiments take place in universities. Campus without Cruelty has three main aims:
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BLOG: The Fox Hunting Season Begins By Killing Cubs! – Paul Initonit, Blogger

Cubbing describes the barbaric act of hunting and killing baby foxes. Most fox hunts either term it Autumn Hunting or Hound Exercise – are they embarrassed by the reality of what they’re doing?

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BLOG: An eye for an eye?

Human-animal chimera research has hit the headlines recently because the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in the United States have begun discussions on lifting a temporary prohibition which is the only thing standing between state-funded human organ experiments and lab animals.

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BLOG: Why is animal research on the rise? – Alicia Blackham, Blogger

The Home Office have just released statistics on the amount of animal testing that is being conducted in British laboratories. The data shows a large and catastrophic rise from 2014 to 2015 in the number of animals who are being tested on, this is surprising when you consider the fact that veganism is rising year by year.

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July 2016 Summer events!

We’ve wasted no time now that summer is finally here organising events all over the country to reach out to as many people as possible. It’s great to see that our hard work together with your generous donations and support are paying off as we witness a surge in volunteers helping at our info stands interest about animal experiments, and what we are doing to end them.
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BLOG: Dissections – Unnecessary & Unjust! – Flo Blackbourn, Scotland Coordinator

When I first decided that I wanted to dedicate my time to helping animals I decided to study Zoology at university in hopes of being able to study what I was interested in and go on to help animals somehow in the future with my qualifications.

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