The Government is failing on its pledge to reduce animal experiments. Join our campaign calling for the Government to keep its promise.
The BUAV has launched an international campaign to stop airlines transporting primates destined for research. Find out what we’re doing and how you can help
In 2010 the UK Government pledged to ban the use of animals to test household cleaning products. Our sister organisation Cruelty Free international is campaigning to get it implemented as soon as possible.
Our campaign to end animal testing for cosmetics is finally nearing an end in Europe, with the last phase of the ban set to come into force on 11th March 2013.
Find out what the BUAV is doing to stop the trade in primates for the research industry.
The BUAV is saving the lives of thousands of animals by persuading regulators to accept validated alternatives to animal testing.
We use the law and campaign tirelessly for access to closely-guarded information about the animal testing industry.
We are campaigning in Europe to try to save the lives of the 12 million animals used annually in experiments.
We have until 2018 to save up to 13 million animals from being poisoned and killed under EU regulations for chemical testing.
More and more high street shops are signing up to the BUAV's Humane Cosmetics and Household Products Standards. Look for the Leaping Bunny logo next time you shop!