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Apr 22 2017
NZAVS Celebrates World Day for Lab Animals by Marching to Stop the Otago Animal Lab!
NZAVS were out in Dunedin today marching against the new $50 million animal lab at the University of Otago! We were supported by international and national organisations and individuals, including Humane Society International, Choose Cruelty Free, Humane Research Australia, and Beagle Freedom Project to commemorate World Day for Lab Animals!. We were also joined by celebrity animal-rights activist James Aspey! Heaps of our supporters came out to rally against the University of Otago's commitment to non-predictive, unethical animal-based research models. We showed the University that we will continue fighting against the new lab!!!
Apr 12 2017
March Against the Otago Animal Lab for World Day for Lab Animals 2017!
Join NZAVS and James Aspey in marching to stop the new $50 million animal lab at the University of Otago!
Feb 27 2017
Happy Valentine's Day, Otago University! Stop the Otago Animal Lab!
We delivered a Valentine's Day card and presents to Professor Blaikie of the University of Otago. We wanted to remind him of the animals' lives that are at stake if current plans for a new animal lab go ahead. What better day than Valentine's Day to ask the University to 'Have a Heart'?
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