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Protest to mark World Day for Animals in Laboratories
This coming Saturday (April 26), a peaceful protest will be held in Nottingham town centre to mark World Day for Animals in Laboratories, an international day of action against vivisection. Meanwhile Lush has released a new report showing the shocking global scale of chemical testing on animals.
Protesters will meet at 12 noon in Old Market Square, Nottingham NG1 2DT for a march through the city centre, speeches and handing out flyers. Please come along and help to ensure that the protest makes as much impact as possible.Visit the World Day for Animals in Laboratories website Visit the Facebook page Read Lush's new report
Monkeys brain-damaged and given ecstasy in 'disturbing' experiments
Animal Aid has condemned ‘profoundly disturbing’ experiments on marmoset monkeys, some of whom had already been used in similar studies. The experiments were performed in Canada but co-funded by a UK-based charity, the Cure Parkinson’s Trust.More on the marmoset experiments co-funded by the Cure Parkison's Trust Take action on the Victims of Charity website Read an article about the experiments in The Mirror
Animal Aid’s Badger Battle Bus on Tour… and recruiting badger campaigners
Animal Aid’s Badger Battle Bus will be back in the cull zones over the next two weeks, recruiting campaigners and encouraging landowners to choose vaccination. Please come and see us, and help us hand out leaflets.Moreabout the badger battle bus tour around the south west