Please see below for our very latest campaigns and the actions you can take to support them!
Help us work to bring an end to animal pain and suffering.
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Please contact your MLA to ask them to support our motion on animal experiments in Northern Ireland.
Say NO to Cruel Cosmetics in Europe!
Money talks so use your purchasing power and only buy cruelty-free cosmetics approved under the Humane Cosmetics Standard. Find out which brands are available in your country at www.gocrueltyfree.org
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Write to airlines that transport primates for research.
Our latest investigation 'Trading in Cruelty' uncovered the cruel trade in primate for the research industry from the island of Mauritius. Please help us end it.
Email the Prime Minister of Mauritius and other government ministers urging them to stop the slaughter of monkeys in Mauritius.
Email the Home Office to urge it to dissociate itself from the cruelties of the wild-caught trade and introducea ban on the import of the offspring of wild-caught primates.
Support the BUAV’s campaign by emailing the Home Office.
Write to the Home Office using the template letter (Word document).
Lobby your local MP to persuade the Government to ban the use of animals to test household products and their ingredients.
Write letters to the Laos embassy in your country calling on the government of Laos to place an immediate ban on the capture, breeding and export of long-tailed macaques destined for the research industry.
Write to the Prime Minister of Laos to ask him to place an immediate ban on the capture, breeding andexport of long-tailed macaques destined for the research industry.
Lobby your local MP.
Email or write to the Indonesian government demanding an immediate ban on the capture, breeding and export of long-tailed and pig-tailed macaques destined for the research industry.
Write to the Prime Minister of Cambodia and the Cambodian embassy to place an immediate ban on the capture, breeding and export of macaques. Or write to the CITES Secretariat requesting it carries out an investigation into Cambodia's trade in macaques.