Current campaigns are highlighted in red and we really need your help to make them a success!
Online Petition: Ban Cosmetics Tested on Animals Choose Cruelty Free, Humane Research Australia and Animals Australia are asking members of the global public to join us in petitioning the Australian Government to implement a ban on the sale of all cosmetics that are tested on animals. During 2014, 35 other Australian groups endorsed the Petition making a total of 38 groups calling for a ban. Click on the image to the left or here to sign and/or share the petition.
Postcard: Stop Testing Let’s ban the sale of cosmetics that have been tested on animals. Read about the campaign and get your free postcards here or click the image on the left. Join us in our ongoing campaign against testing cosmetics on animals by sending pre-addressed postcards to the federal Minister for Health. At the time of writing, CCF has distributed more than 150,000 postcards.
Poster: This won’t hurt a bit A2 poster demonstrating on a human being what animals are forced to suffer in the laboratory. Get yours here.
Queensland Trains 2012: Some Products are Still Tested on Animals Poster campaign which ran for three months on the Brisbane train network.
Melbourne Trains 2012: How Much More Can You Wear? This CCF advertisement was displayed on metro trains in Melbourne in 30 of their carriages in June, July and August 2012. It was also shown in 200 Bourke St on four digital screens. CCF had a huge response from the general public who were concerned that animals continue to suffer painful experiments in the name of beauty. CCF will continue its campaign to make the public aware that many cosmetic companies have not stopped testing their products on animals.
Melbourne Trains 2013: Poster in 30 carriages for three months on Melbourne’s metro train network.
Poster & Brochure: Fur Murder We urge everyone to boycott this vile trade and the designers who profit from it. Read more about fur on our website.
Short film: This won’t hurt a bit The campaign was designed to show, on humans, the sorts of reactions animals suffer during testing. Watch it on YouTube.
Poster: Better off dead? The theme was long-term testing on animals. The model’s lips were sewn shut using special effects make-up to symbolise that animals have no voice.
Postcard: How would you feel? Postcard to The Body Shop/L’Oreal asking them to stop testing on animals.
Postcard: No Fur Actress Madeleine West posed for this poster. She said, “Faux, darling, faux. It’s the new black!”
Poster: Say No To Fur Suzie Wilks “I am shocked and disgusted at the thought of people wearing fur as a fashion statement… be ashamed, very ashamed.”
Poster: Cosmetics Without Cruelty One of the first positive campaign images with hair and make-up by volunteer CCF Director and cruelty-free make-up artist Nicole Groch. Our gorgeous model posed with a much loved baby rabbit. See Nic’s makeup tips on our website.
Poster: I’d rather go naked On 19 May 2003, CCF held ‘The Naked Launch’ where it introduced Australia’s first I’d rather go naked than wear fur poster. The night was hosted by Soul Mama and was a huge success bringing awareness of the cruelty in the fur industry to a completely new audience. The sold-out event saw a fantastic array of talent including Deborah Conway and Vanessa Amorosi. Guests included Mark Holden and Jack Strom. The poster models (left to right): Sunny, Selena, Wilfred, Suzanne, Natalie, Shivantha, Amity, Jenny, Brodie, Lokinan, Toby, Miguelangel, Jess, Dave, Leigh.
Poster: I’d rather go naked Cheeky follow-up to the first anti-fur campaign poster featuring a female model and an anonymous football player.
Want to make your voice heard? You may find this guide handy: HSI_Australian Conservation and Animal Welfare Ministers lists contact details for all relevant federal and state ministers. Written letters from individuals have a very high impact.
Page updated: 10 April 2015