UK: Animal Free Testing Research Studentships Lead The Way.


Class of 2017: Our Summer Studentships

We are delighted to announce that this year we will be funding 15 Summer Studentships to support young scientists in laboratories across the country.

The students will be conducting cutting-edge, animal free research into a range of diseases from prostate cancer to Parkinson’s disease, using a wide range of techniques that include cell culture, gene editing and computational modelling.

This work will help to replace animals such as mice, rabbits and pigs, and help embed the importance of animal free research in the minds of young scientists.

You will be able to follow their progress on our Facebook page.

If you would like to help fund more animal free research, please make a donation today.

Thank you for your support!

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Animals Asia Moon Bear Rescue – Live Feed – Free Bears !! – Enjoy !

Please use the slider on the right side (grey bar) and move it down via your mouse to see all the videos and events of this rescue – SAV.

England: Latest ‘Fur News’ From ‘Respect for Animals’.

Latest ‘fur news’ from Mark and the crew at ‘Respect for Animals’, Nottingham, England.



Probably unlikely, but we are taking measures in advance:

This year nearly 80,000 seal pups, less than 3 months old, were brutally clubbed or shot for their fur. Worryingly in the UK, there is a risk that seal product imports could resume once we leave the EU.

Respect for Animals is asking the government to guarantee that this import ban will remain in force.


Click here for more details and to sign the petition.

Oxford Summer School

Top academics and campaigners from around the world are descending on Oxford from 23-26 July to discuss the ethics of the fur trade.

Sponsored by the Respect for Animals Educational trust, it will result in a new up to date and authoritative report intended to transform the debate around wearing fur.

Click here for more details and to book your place.


Good News from Germany

Germany’s last fur farm will close down with a new Bill enforcing stricter regulations and effectively make fur farming of mink non-viable for farmers.


Thank you Germany.


Fur Farming In Europe

The fur farming ban has been effective in the UK for over 15 years now.

We were proud to have led that campaign and many of you helped make it possible.  today, we use our experience and campaigning record to support campaigns in countries around the world where similar bans are being proposed and who look to the UK as an example to be followed.

It takes up to 40 dumb animals to make a fur coat


Fur is for animals.

Thank you for your support.

Mark Glover, Director

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