• Do you have information that could be of interest to Animal Justice Project?
  • Do you work or have worked at a company or an airport involved in the animal research industry?
  • Do you have first – or second – hand information on this industry?

Anyone working in a laboratory where animal experiments take place will certainly witness abuse or cruelty of some kind – no matter whether you are a cleaner, a veterinarian, a researcher, transporter, or animal technician. Any information you have, no matter how small and apparently insignificant, could make a real change. The vivisection industry is shroud in secrecy, and the animals need you to bring their suffering to light.

Animal Justice Project works in the strictest confidence, and takes security and anonymity extremely seriously. For example we have introduced a number of safeguards to protect the identity of the whistleblower, and can offer advice on precautions you can take to reduce the risk of identification. To the best of our ability, we will not allow your integrity to be compromised. We use Skype (it is virtually impossible to monitor a Skype call), and utilise “pay as you go” mobile phones for particularly sensitive phone calls. We use secure encryption where necessary to provide cryptographic privacy and authentication for data communication.

If you need someone to talk to about animal abuse, please get in touch.

Tel: +44(0)7851 497827
Skype: AnimalJusticeProject

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