• Clinical Trials May Be Approved Based on Incomplete Animal Data

    April 20, 2018

    A new study has shown that important documents known as investigator brochures often omit vital details about the outcomes of potential new therapies in animal studies. The purpose of investigator brochures is to allow ethical review boards and regulatory agencies to make decisions about whether new therapies should be trialled on humans. But incomplete information ...

  • Animal Experimentation Drops By Nearly Half In The Netherlands

    April 11, 2018

    In 2016 the Netherlands conducted 403,370 procedures on animals, a 15.9% fall compared with 2015! Data has recently been published concerning animal experimentation in Europe between 2015 and 2016. It revealed that in the Netherlands the use of non-human primates in experiments has dropped by 49%, all in a one year period. Similarly the use ...

  • New Report Casts Doubt on the Effectiveness of Animal Experiments!

    April 10, 2018

    A recent paper appearing in the journal Business and Society Review has claimed that researching drugs on animals is both ineffective and misleading. The authors, Lisa A. Kramer and Ray Greek, looked specifically at the impact of animal experiments on stakeholders. They concluded that animal research does more harm than good, even when the welfare of ...

  • Animal Justice Project Wins The Pollination Project Grant!

    April 5, 2018

    The Animal Justice Project has won a grant from The Pollination Project to help fund its campaigns against animal exploitation. The Pollination Project received 550 applications for the grant this year, from which it selected 71 to receive funding. The grant will support the next phase of the Animal Justice Project’s growth, enabling the organisation to ...

  • ‘Horror Deaths’ and neglect of lab animals revealed in new government report!

    March 15, 2018

    A new Government report about animals in research makes for ‘disturbing’ reading, according to campaigners! The Animals in Science Regulation Unit annual report 2016 which was published on 12 March by Animals in Science Regulation Unit – the regulator of animal experiments – reveals a shocking 45 cases of ‘non-compliance’ with the Animals (Scientific Procedures) Act or ...

  • Animal Justice Project Illuminates Birmingham University!

    March 11, 2018

    Last night we visited University of Birmingham with a Light Brigade and a clear message that the number of animals used at the facility has not gone un-noticed. We were joined by members of local animal rights groups, Wolverhampton Vegans and Birmingham Animal Action. We illuminated the bridge over the A38 at around 6.00pm with the ...

  • Animal testing of cosmetics: MEPs call for worldwide ban

    February 22, 2018

    A diplomatic drive for a worldwide ban of animal testing for cosmetics before 2023 will be put to a Parliament vote in March in Strasburg. The sale of all animal-tested cosmetics has been banned in the EU since 2013, however MEPs state that this has not prevented the EU cosmetics industry from thriving due to ...

  • Durham Research Could Help Put An End To Animal Research

    February 18, 2018

    New research from Durham University could help put an end to animal testing! The department of Biosciences at the University has created a substance called Alvetex. This is a polystyrene scaffold which can be used to support the growth of human tissues in three dimensions, from cells cultivated in the laboratory. This development allows for ...

  • Labour Party – The Animal Welfare Plan

    February 16, 2018

    Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, vegetarian of 20 years, has launched the party’s ‘radical’ animal welfare programme, which lays out a 50-point plan called Animal Welfare For The Many, Not The Few. In this policy he has promised to ‘look at’ introducing a ban on exporting live animals for slaughter. This has been a campaign aim ...

  • Animal Justice Project tell Nottingham University: ‘Stop testing on more than 25,000 animals a year’!

    February 11, 2018

    Animal Justice Project are calling for the University of Nottingham to end its testing on more than 25,000 animals a year – of which 132 experiments were classed as ‘severe.’ In 2016, 25,449 procedures were conducted on animals at the University of Nottingham. Animals involved in research include mice, rats, guinea pigs, hamsters, rabbits, ferrets, pigs, ...

  • Animal Justice Project Tells Bristol University No More Animal Experiments!

    February 3, 2018

    Twenty-five activists and supportive members of the public came together to protest against the University of Bristol experimenting on over 26,000 animals a year – including rodents, pigs and cats. Animal Justice Project hosted the event at a symposium to mark the launch of the new National Institute for Health Research Biomedical Research Centre (BRC), which ...

  • NYC Proposes Banning Import And Sale Of New Animal Tested Cosmetics

    February 2, 2018

    New York City has proposed an act, The New York Cruelty Free Cosmetics Act, that will stop the import and sale of any product tested on animals from the date the law comes into effect. If the law is passed it will make New York the first US state to introduce legislation of this kind. ...

  • Cloned Monkeys Will Live A Life Of Pain – Chas Newkey-Burden

    January 28, 2018

    The provoking photo of the two cloned monkeys, Zhong Zhong and Hua Hua, says it all. Look at them clinging to each other nervously, their wide eyes both beautiful and haunting. What have these babies seen in the laboratory where they were created? How has it been for them to have the scientists picking and ...

  • Animal Justice Project in Pictures!

    January 13, 2018

    2017 was an incredibly busy year for Animal Justice Project. Below are just some of our highlights and achievements in pictures. JANUARY Animal Justice Project kicked started the year with coverage of the December 2016 stunt we held at University College London (UCL) in the student newspaper, CUB Magazine. With over 202,000 animals used at the university ...

  • Animal Justice Project Partners Up With Ecotricity!

    January 4, 2018

    The electricity that Ecotricity provides is 100% green! A third of which is made by the company from their fleet of windmills and sunmills. The rest of the energy is bought from green suppliers. Ecotricity was founded in 1995 by Dale Vince, who had the idea to cut out the middleman and start an energy ...

  • Nepal’s Last Known Dancing Bears Rescued

    December 23, 2017

    It is likely that the rescued sloth bears had been beaten and trained into submission for more than a decade where they would’ve survived on just rice and milk. The bears were poached from the wild as cubs and sold on the black market to be used in this cruel practice. Their mothers often get killed ...

  • US Laboratory Closes One Of Its Breeding Facilities

    December 11, 2017

    Charles River Laboratories are the world’s largest breeder of animals for use in experiments and also responsible for one out of every two animals tormented in laboratories. The company have recently announced that one of its facilities will close as part of a streamlining effort. The facility conducts painful experiments on animals for companies that produce ...

  • Response to the University of Nottingham on Animal Experimentation

    November 16, 2017

    By Daisy Hall, Senior Researcher, Animal Justice Project. Following our recent exposé on animal experiments carried out on campus, the University of Nottingham responded saying that the figure of 25,449 animals is not a fair ‘representation of the important scientific work’ they carry out. The university claims to be committed to reducing the number of animals ...

  • Our first Cures Not Cruelty outreach event – Birmingham!

    November 12, 2017

    Animal Justice Project launched the first Cures not Cruelty event in Birmingham on Saturday. With activists attending from Bristol and other parts of the Midlands, we brought awareness to the unsuspecting public about what their generous donations actually fund when shopping or donating to Cancer Research UK and British Heart Foundation. We had a great response ...

  • ‘Perception Issues’ See Struggling SeaWorld Profits Nosedive Again

    November 8, 2017

    Ailing ‘entertainment’ venue SeaWorld has seen another fall in profits this quarter, partly due to ‘perception issues’. The attraction has been suffering a backlash since 2013 when the documentary Blackfish was aired, revealing how the park abuses orcas and other marine animals and keeps them in unnaturally small spaces. Since then, park bosses have been unable to ...

  • Ghent In Belgium Has Been Called ‘Europe’s Veggie Capital’

    October 31, 2017

    News outlet Mic has given the Belgium city this title after an initiative called Donderdag Veggiedag, which translates as ‘Thursday Veggie Day’. This event sees more than 90 restaurants, 20 hotels, and 50 percent of the city’s population observing vegetarianism for the day. Mic reports that before Veggiedag was set up (almost a decade ago) ...

  • Say NO to charity experiments on animals! #CuresNotCruelty

    October 13, 2017

    Today is the launch of our new campaign, Cures Not Cruelty, in which we will be exposing the chilling truth animal experiments taking place in laboratories all over the country by, or on behalf of, British Heart Foundation – the single biggest funder of cardiovascular research in Britain – and Cancer Research UK – the ...

  • Gucci Goes Fur Free!

    October 12, 2017

    Bosses of Italian fashion house, Gucci have pledged to stop using fur by 2018. Mark Bizzarri spoke at a London College of Fashion event that the move was part of a commitment to ‘sustainability’. They have said that they will auction off all their remaining animal fur items, following a stop in production for their ...

  • London’s Royal Parks Have Culled Over 10,000 Animals

    October 7, 2017

    London’s biggest parks have been accused of ‘callous slaughter’ after figures have revealed that over 10,000 wild animals have been killed by rangers in the last four years. The Royal Parks authority have eight open spaces, these include Hyde Park and Richmond Park. Since January 2013 rangers have exterminated more than 8,400 animals, including: 1,734 ...

  • Shocking Rise In Number Of Monkeys Used For Experiments At Porton Down (As Featured In The Mirror)

    September 30, 2017

    Porton Down is a secret military research base in Wiltshire, owned by The Ministry of Defense. After Animal Justice Project sent a Freedom of Information request to MOD, it was revealed that the research unit tested on three times as many monkeys as the year before. Scientists at Porton Down used 115 monkeys for experiments in ...

  • Forget Fur- Is It Time To Stop Wearing Wool?

    September 24, 2017

    The fur industry has always been at the forefront of mass condemnation, protests outside fur-selling shops all over the world and a particularly popular campaign run by PETA during Fashion Week every year. These are among some of the actions taken against the battle to stop this horrible fashion trend. However, PETA co-founder Ingrid Newkirk explains ...

  • Formula 1 World Champion Lewis Hamilton Goes Vegan

    September 19, 2017

    Lewis Hamilton says he is aiming to adopt a vegan diet after watching What the Health. He explains that he wants to adopt the plant base diet for its potential effects on the environment, animal welfare and human health. His main concern comes from his family’s medical history, with heart disease and cancer prevalent among ...

  • Presentation by Andre Menache on behalf of the petitioners

    September 17, 2017

    Our science advisor, Dr Andre Menache was given the opportunity to present a petition to the European Parliament. The reason for this petition is that the current REACH regulation is failing to protect the health of EU citizens for two main reasons: the continued reliance on animal tests; and not enough collection of human data. HE WRITES: Animal ...

  • Increased Demand For Vegan Products Will See Egg Replacement Market Soar

    September 14, 2017

    The market for egg substitutes is expected to see a boost between now and 2023, due to the growing numbers of consumers choosing a plant-based diet. People are becoming increasingly aware about the health and ethical issues related to the consumption of eggs. There is a huge amount of scientific evidence that suggests consuming eggs can ...

  • The Guardian Editorial announces officially for the first time, their support for veganism

    September 14, 2017

    September 2017 The recent article in The Guardian writes about how vegans should be encouraged and not attacked for their choice, that it is ‘high in moral as well as digestive fibre.’ The piece also discusses Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn’s recent announcement that he is ‘going through the process’ of eating more vegan food. Very soon ...

  • The University of Bristol Releases its Animal Experimentation Figures

    September 6, 2017

    For at least the past four years, the University of Bristol has failed to respond to Freedom of Information requests seeking information about animal experiments taking place there. They claimed they were unable to respond to the question of numbers and types of animals being experimented on as they had “no central system of record ...

  • SUCCESS! Our first gazebo outreach event in Manchester!

    August 27, 2017

    SUCCESS! Our first gazebo outreach event in Manchester! On Saturday 26th August, Animal Justice Project Northern Coordinator, Hannah organised her first gazebo info stand in the centre of Manchester along with members of Manchester Animal Action and NAWC. Together we handed out hundreds of our new leaflets about animal experiments at Manchester University. For images of the ...

  • WORLD PLANT MILK DAY

    August 22, 2017

    WORLD PLANT MILK DAY August 22, 2017 Today is World Plant Milk Day! Vegan milks have become increasingly popular and the trend shows no sign of stopping. The rising levels of interest in the market for dairy-alternatives, is spurred mainly by consumers looking to change to a healthier life-style, such as vegan, lactose-free or dairy-free diets. There are many ...

  • NATIONAL DAY OF ACTION AGAINST THE BRITISH HEART FOUNDATION

    July 30, 2017

    On 29th July, Birmingham Activism groups united to make a stand against the cruel and barbaric research done on animals funded by the British Heart Foundation. Animal Justice Project, West Mids Connection and Birmingham Animal Action came together and made their presence known outside both shops in the City Centre. We placed banners across the front of ...

  • Outbreak Imminent – The story of the ‘Pirbright’ animal research facility in Woking, Surrey

    June 15, 2017

    In 2007 there was an outbreak of foot and mouth disease that wreaked havoc on British farming, this outbreak was from the Pirbright Institute. In 2012 the institute was fined by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) for failing to uphold control measures and so risking another outbreak. Now, in 2017, there is a £48 million animal ...

  • Positive news regarding The Body Shop and L’Oreal

    June 15, 2017

    Both L’Oreal and The Body Shop have been in the news a lot lately, and it’s going in a positive direction for animals! The latest news is that L’Oreal are looking to sell The Bodyshop to ‘Natura Cosmeticos’ a Brazillian cosmetics company who have an ethical stance when it comes to environmental issues. They are considered ...

  • Script of a talk by Dr Brett Cochrane from Animal Free Research at Kettering Vegan Festival 2017

    June 6, 2017

    Dr Brett Cochrane of the charity Animal Free Research UK (formerly the Dr Hadwen Trust), gave a talk at the Kettering Vegan Festival this year! He spoke for an hour and then at the end, Animal Justice Project’s Samantha Francis, interviewed him. It was in April this year that the organisation officially changed from the Dr ...

  • Golden Retriever Research!

    May 26, 2017

    Nothing sends a chill down the spine faster than hearing the word “vivisection”.  Vivus, meaning “alive” and section, meaning “cutting”. The term vivisection is used to denote the practice of human experimentation and study using LIVE animal subjects. It conjures images of draconian mad scientists and hidden torture chambers that cause profound suffering to helpless ...

  • The Future is Here!

    May 26, 2017

    It’s about time that someone finally decided to put all of our technology to work to help the world’s most oppressed creatures – the laboratory test subject. SynDaver Labs  is doing just that. They have developed revolutionary, realistic, synthetic, human, and canine test models that mimic the varied properties of living subjects. The Canine “SynDaver” can ...

  • Billion-Euro Mutant Mice

    May 22, 2017

    The Human Brain Project. Sounds like something from a dystopian future novel, right? Well you wouldn’t be far wrong, except it isn’t fiction and it is taking place right now. The eleven-year scientific research project (2013-2024), currently four years underway in Geneva, Switzerland, ‘aims to build a collaborative ICT-based scientific research infrastructure to allow researchers across the ...

  • World Day for Animals in Laboratories march, Birmingham

    May 1, 2017

    Animal Justice Project attended the yearly World Day for Animals in Laboratories demonstration in the city of Birmingham yesterday. #WWAIL We marched through Birmingham town centre stopping at British Heart Foundation, Cancer Research UK and Skanska. We joined with activists from all over the UK to show that we are strong in numbers and we will continue ...

  • An Open Letter to Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency

    April 24, 2017

    Today, 24 April 2017, on World Day for Animals in Laboratories, Animal Justice Project Science Advisor has penned an Open Letter to Dr Hudson, Chief Executive, Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA). The letter follows a Sunday Times article, entitled ‘Pig organ transplant to save babies’ lives’ . According to the article, the treatment will ...

  • Animal Justice Project lights up Bristol bridge in spectacular display!

    April 22, 2017

    On Thursday 20 April 2017, Animal Justice Project campaigners lit up a bridge in Bristol in a spectacular protest – the first of its kind in the United Kingdom – against animal research at Bristol University. The event was part of a global day of action, ‘International Britches Day’. Britches was a macaque monkey who ...

  • THUNDERCLAP UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON!

    March 31, 2017

    On the 1st May at 8pm, Animal Justice Project released a Thunderclap across Twitter, Facebook and Tumblr, telling University College London (UCL) to commit to a future free of animal research, and we’d really like your support to make this message as loud and as clear as possible! And it’s very easy! As part of our ...

  • ANIMAL JUSTICE PROJECT HANDS IN PETITION AND MEETS WITH ANIMAL RESEARCHERS IN STOCKHOLM!

    March 24, 2017

    This week, Animal Justice Project travelled to Sweden to join forces with our Swedish campaign partners, Djurrättsalliansen. We handed in our petition signed by 55,139 people to end monkey imports and experiments at world-renouned university, Karolinska Institute in Stockholm. On the day of the hand in, we also attended a meeting at the university with ...

  • TAKE ACTION NOW AGAINST CENSORSHIP!

    February 24, 2017

    Despite the claims of government departments in both the United States and the UK, transparency with regards to the use of animals in research is anything but transparent. The day that we launched our petition against Bristol University and their continuous refusals to respond to Freedom of Information requests came less than two weeks after the ...

  • B&K APPEAL CASE DENIED

    January 25, 2017

    An appeal lodged by Cruelty Free International against the High Court’s ruling to allow the proposed expansion of a beagle and ferret breeding farm in Grimston, East Yorkshire has just been denied by a Court of Appeal judge. This would have been the last possible chance to put a stop to the notorious breeders of animals ...

  • DAY OF ACTION AT CARDIFF UNIVERSITY!

    January 11, 2017

    On Monday 9th January, Animal Justice Project Wales teamed up with local groups Cardiff Animal Rights (a group with which we have worked with in the past) and the newly set up group, Cardiff Vegan Action. Our event on campus formed part of a Cardiff Animal Rights Day of Action. Also taking place on the day ...

  • Cardiff Campus Without Cruelty outreach!

    November 3, 2016

    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. We greatly appreciate all those who attended and dressed up for the occasion. The ...

  • Cardiff Campus Without Cruelty update

    October 24, 2016

    As you may have seen in the local media, we launched our Campus without Cruelty event launch at Cardiff University in September! Cardiff Animal Rights have since taken the campaign forward, working with our Welsh Coordinator, Rachel, on follow up events to spread the message of compassion on Cardiff University campuses. The first Animal Justice Project/Cardiff Animal ...

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

    September 12, 2016

    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:   – To raise awareness amongst students and ...

  • July 2016 Summer events!

    July 12, 2016

    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 ...

  • Secret War Campaign Reaches Millions in National Media!

    May 1, 2016

    Welcome to the twelfth issue of REACT Animal Justice Project’s newsletter! A big welcome if this is your first issue, many thanks for signing up and we hope you enjoy it!   Animal Justice Project is run by a team of volunteers and we need your help. We continue to expose in national and international media the ...

  • Animal Justice Project takes monkey campaign to Swedish Embassy

    April 16, 2016

    Animal Justice Project takes monkey campaign to Swedish Embassy this World Week for Animals in Laboratories! Following the immense media coverage our #StopMonkeyImports campaign has received over this past month, including features in The Express, The Glasgow Evening Times, The Guardian Series, The York Press and The Irish Examiner, yesterday we kicked off our weekend of ...

  • Animal Justice Project featured in The Sunday Times

    April 10, 2016

    Animal Justice Project was featured in The Sunday Times on Sunday 10th April 2016 regarding the issue of red squirrels being experimented on and killed at the Moredun Institute in 2015. The study mentioned in the article was one in which three captive bred red squirrels were infected with the squirrelpox virus before being allowed ...

  • 1 April 2016

    April 1, 2016

    Welcome to the eleventh issue of REACT Animal Justice Project’s newsletter! A big welcome if this is your first issue, many thanks for signing up and we hope you enjoy it! Animal Justice Project is run by a team of volunteers and we need your help. Please support our work by campaigning with us, donating or ...

  • TODAY ONLY! PHONE ACTION!

    March 30, 2016

    Animal Justice Project is today asking you to support friends at No New Animal Lab during the start of their week-long action against the company, Skanska. #StormSkanska   Every year, tens of millions of animals in the United States alone are used in biological and medical research that is both cruel and futile. Animal Justice Project revealed ...

  • Celebrities and primatologists support Animal Justice Project in speaking out against monkey experiments in prestigious university lab!

    March 18, 2016

    Thirty three celebrities and eminent scientists including Joanna Lumley, Moby, Peter Egan, Alexei Sayle and world-renowned primatologist Jane Goodall, have joined Animal Justice Project and Djurrättsalliansen in leading a call for mercy for twenty four monkeys facing experiments in Scandinavia.  Their support for our #StopMonkeyImports campaign has today been featured in newspapers nationwide, including The Guardian, ...

  • Don’t be heartless this valentine’s day

    February 14, 2016

    Animal Justice Project recently launched our #StopMonkeyImports Campaign to end the use of primates in cruel and futile malaria experiments at Karolinska Institutet – the last university in Scandinavia to use primates in research.     This Valentine’s Day, whether you are spending time with a loved one or simply enjoying being by yourself, Animal Justice Project asks that you ...

  • What YOU helped Animal Justice Project achieve in only TEN months for animals in laboratories!

    December 31, 2015

    Because of your support, 2015 was a truly groundbreaking year for Animal Justice Project. Through our cutting-edge street actions and international campaigns to raise awareness and help animals in laboratories, Animal Justice Project has had an incredible ten months. We couldn’t have done it without you!   You’ve helped us expose in the media animal abuse ...

  • ANIMAL JUSTICE PROJECT LAUNCHES PETITION AGAINST IMPORT OF MONKEYS!

    November 25, 2015

    ANIMAL JUSTICE PROJECT LAUNCHES PETITION AGAINST IMPORT OF MONKEYS!    In our new Special Investigation, we have launched a Change.org petition aimed at halting the import of 120 monkeys for malaria research into Sweden from the United States, and ending primate research altogether in Sweden.   Our new Swedish Partner, Djurrättsalliansen, has received information on the import and use of ...

  • PREMIERE FILM TOUR HOSTED BY ANIMAL JUSTICE PROJECT

    November 19, 2015

    PREMIERE FILM TOUR TO TAKE PLACE IN UK & IRELAND – HOSTED BY ANIMAL JUSTICE PROJECT!   Animal Justice Project is delighted to announce that we are hosting a tour of premiere film – Inside Fur, (directed by Ola Waagen) this December.   Inside Fur (or, ‘Pels’) is a 57 min documentary made by Norwegian anti-fur activists.   A group of ...

  • The 2014 figures for the use of animals in experiments

    October 22, 2015

    The 2014 figures for the use of animals in experiments released today demonstrate the government’s new method of calculating numbers. From this year, the government counts only the number of COMPLETED procedures in annual figures, EXCLUDING animals that were still being experimented on at the end of 2014.   In 2014, the number of COMPLETED experiments on ...

  • Welcome to the tenth issue of REACT Animal Justice Project’s newsletter!

    September 12, 2015

     A big welcome if this is your first issue, we hope you enjoy it!   Animal Justice Project’s  Numbers Are Lives! You can help us shine a light on the horrors of vivisection by donating towards our campaigns.   Universities in the UK are under the media spotlight again. Did you know that 49% of all animal experiments in the UK happen in publicly funded universities? ...

  • Events in September

    September 12, 2015

    In September,   Animal Justice Project got busy in the North of England – we hosted a stall at the Leeds Radical Fair. In the words of our Northern Coordinator: “Animal Justice Project received a warm welcome and interest, and we enjoyed educating people about the benefits of a vegan diet. Mainly for the animals! It wasalso ...

  • OUTRAGEOUS NEWS: Government allows Yorkshire ferret and beagle farm

    July 16, 2015

    OUTRAGEOUS NEWS: UK GOVERNMENT GIVES PERMISSION TO B&K UNIVERSAL FOR BEAGLE & FERRET BREEDING FARM.   Following an appeal by the US animal breeding company B&K Universal, the Planning Inspectorate, headed by the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, Rt. Hon Greg Clark MP, has overridden the local council refusal for planning permission and has ...

  • University licensed to experiment on animals using heroin and cocaine

    June 16, 2015

      Following Animal Justice Project’s exposé earlier this year, “Deadly Doses: A Legal Low” on animal experiments to research the effects of recreational drugs in humans inside UK Universities, today we can reveal for the first time that the University of Bath is using animals in cruel cocaine and heroin experiments.   Animal Justice Project has obtained ...

  • Animal Justice Project’s Science Advisor puts case against vivisection before European Parliament

    June 15, 2015

    It’s been an exciting new start for us, we launched only three months ago in the UK and the United States. Since then we’ve launched two campaigns – Secret War, and Deadly Doses, against the use of animals in warfare research, and recreational drugs research. We’ve reached millions via two national newspapers. The Sunday Times, ...

  • Exclusive report in The Sunday Times and an event in Central London

    April 19, 2015

    On Sunday April 19th Animal Justice Project launched a second campaign, ‘Deadly Doses: A Legal Low’, with an exclusive report in The Sunday Times and an event in Central London.   In shocking revelations, we exposed a chilling pattern of animal experiments involving recreational drugs such as cocaine, ecstasy, nicotine, alcohol and ‘designer drugs’, to name a ...

  • Event at Animals in War Memorial

    March 25, 2015

    We ended another busy week with our first ever event held at the beautiful and moving Animals in War Memorial in Central London.  As part of our ongoing campaign, ‘Secret War: The Invisible Victims’, volunteers stood silently and blindfolded to represent the hidden abuses of animals inside government facilities and universities. We also received further ...

  • Welcome to the first newletter of 2016

    January 28, 2015

    Animal Justice Project’s Monkey Imports Campaign   Our petition to end cruel and futile malaria experiments on monkeys in Sweden continues gaining momentum, with over 35,000 compassionate people signing so far! We have already made progress with Karolinska Institute issuing a statement claiming that instead of using 120 monkeys, they will use 24. But this is 24 ...