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BLOG: Going Vegan Pt. 2 – Abi O’Mera

In my first blog for Animal Justice Project, I talked about why I went vegan almost 3 years ago. In short, I did it for the animals; the same reason for going vegetarian 25 years before.

It is not simply the fact that animals are mistreated as part of the farming process that I object to – it is the fact they are used at all that is the fundamental wrong.

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OPINION: Unilever Is Not Cruelty-Free Until It Stops Selling In China – Claire Palmer, founder, Animal Justice Project

The company has announced it support for a global testing ban – but it still sells in territories which require animal experimentation
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BLOG: ‘No-deal’ Brexit could result in duplicate animal tests! – Eva Pereira, Animal Justice Project Science Advisor

NO-DEAL BREXIT INTENSIFIES THE CONCERN ABOUT DUPLICATING ANIMAL TESTS IN REGULATING CHEMICALS.

The UK government has recently published guidance for Chemical Regulation under the scenario in which the UK leaves the EU without agreement. The final outcome of such a scenario, and their failure to include any mention of the impact on animal testing, has revived the concern of some Animal Rights Non-Governmental Organisations about the possible increase in animal tests duplicating experiments unnecessarily.

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LIFELINE HAS LAUNCHED ALL OVER THE UK WITH A BANG!

Our first ever Lifeline was held outside Bath University. We carried out a vivisection Lifeline to highlight the number of animals tested on by this university and so many more around the UK. We coincided our event with Bath University’s open day, allowing maximum outreach and to educate future students about where their money will potentially end up. Bath University tests on over 12,000 animals each year, a number which has been increasing over recent years. With over half of the UK’s animal testing taking place at universities, Lifelines are a perfect way to highlight the plight of these exploited, tortured animals!

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