News & Events
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2014 Event Schedule Pending
Saturday 5 April 2014 (Melbourne, Australia): Musq Organic Cosmetics fundraising lunch for Choose Cruelty Free at The House of Stables in The Como House, South Yarra. The event is for 120 guests from 11am-2pm. Full details to come.
For a comprehensive summary of what’s going on in China and other countries where animal testing of imported cosmetics is still required, please visit our page China – what’s the story?
HSUS announces Congressman Jim Moran has introduced The Humane Cosmetics Act, a bill that would enhance worldwide momentum in ensuring animals are not harmed in the process of creating or manufacturing cosmetics. You can read more at the official HSUS Press Release. (March 2014)
HSI’s Be Cruelty-Free campaign announces great news from Sao Paulo, Brazil where animal-testing of cosmetics is now banned. (January 2014)
HSI’s Be Cruelty-Free campaign update from India re their proposed ban on animal testing of cosmetics. (December 2013)
HSI’s Be Cruelty-Free campaign update on the latest news from China re a proposed review of animal testing regulations. (October 2013)
The Minister for Health, Tanya Plibersek, today announced that a re-elected Labor Government would lead a national consultation on phasing out the importation, manufacture, sale, and advertising of cosmetics or cosmetic ingredients tested on animals. (August 2013)
BUAV announces positive steps to end animal experimentation in Italy. (August 2013)
EU Health Commissioner Tonio Borg has urged Chinese authorities to follow the European example and rid the cosmetics arena of animal testing and turn to alternative methods instead. (June 2013)
HSI’s Be Cruelty-Free campaign launch in China. (June 2013)
HSI’s Be Cruelty-Free campaign celebrates India’s ban on animal testing of cosmetics. (June 2013)
NEAVS welcomes retirement of laboratory chimpanzees but the NIH still has a way to go. (June 2013)
HRA exposes the University of Newcastle conducting invasive surgery on conscious Greyhounds. (May 2013)
BUAV brings about an end to animal testing of cosmetics in the EU. (April 2013)
The Sunday Age gives a general overview of the shocking number of animals used in animal experiments. (December 2012)
The Sunday Age exposes a monkey farm in Victoria where primates are being bred specifically for use in experiments. (November 2012)