ECEAE launches its European election campaign


The European Coalition to End Animal Experiments (ECEAE) has launched its European election campaign to make meaningful and long-lasting change for animals in EU laboratories. The launch, which took place during the ECEAE bi-annual meeting in Rome this week, and follows recent meetings with MEPs and policy makers from around Europe.

Elections to the European parliament take place between 22-25 May and ECEAE members and observers will be asking political parties and individual candidates to sign up to the following proposals:

During meetings at the European Parliament in Strasbourg, Director of Policy Nick Palmer met representatives from across the political spectrum and received broad support for the measures, which will now be sent to parties and candidates throughout the EU.

The ECEAE will be working in all 28 EU Member States ahead of the election to ensure that the voice of animals in laboratories is heard in Brussels and Strasbourg for the next five years.