New Zealand Anti-Vivisection Society

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The New Zealand Anti-Vivisection Society (NZAVS), is a non-profit organisation that actively campaigns to end animal experimentation in NZ.

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The New Zealand Anti-Vivisection Society (NZAVS), is a non-profit organisation that actively campaigns to end animal experimentation in NZ.

We advocate scientifically-valid, non-animal-based methods of research, testing and teaching at the same time as spreading awareness on animal experimentation and its lack of scientific value to humans.

We are the only organisation in New Zealand that focuses solely on ending animal experimentation.

Over the past three decades, we have led and participated in many different anti-animal experimentation campaigns.

We led the campaign to prevent legal highs being tested on animals, we were a part of the Be Cruelty-Free campaign that successfully put a ban on testing cosmetics on animals in New Zealand, we removed the requirement for the Draize test in New Zealand law and so much more!

Together we will create a world where:

· Animals are no longer subject to painful, cruel and scientifically invalid experiments

· Society no longer believes the fallacy that animal experimentation is a necessary evil

· Animals are replaced by relevant, applicable and humane research, testing and teaching methods

· Humans are no longer at risk of adverse side effects from drugs and medicines that weren’t predicted by animals, and instead can be confident knowing that their treatments have been safely and thoroughly tested through methodologies that are directly relevant to humans

· Useful medicines and treatments for humans are developed quickly using fewer resources as they are fundamentally based on the right species - humans

· The false hope animal experimentation gives human patients suffering from life-threatening diseases will no longer exist, and people rely on real scientific methods for medical advancements.

Together we can end animal experimentation for animals, people and science!

Find out more about us at nzavs.org.nz

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The New Zealand Anti-Vivisection Society (NZAVS) is the only organisation in New Zealand focused solely on ending animal experimentation!

We advocate scientifically-valid, non-animal-based methods of research, testing and teaching at the same time as spreading awareness on animal experimentation and its lack of scientific value to humans.

Over the past three decades, we have led and participated in many different anti-animal experimentation campaigns.

We led the campaign to prevent legal highs being tested on animals, we were a part of the Be Cruelty-Free campaign that successfully put a ban on testing cosmetics on animals in New Zealand, we removed the requirement for the Draize test in New Zealand law and so much more

Together we can end animal experimentation for animals, people and science - help make this happen today!

Use of funds

Funds raised will be used to fund our many anti-animal testing campaigns and provide the tools and resources required to end animal experimentation.

As a non-profit organisation we rely on our supporters for financial support and enabling all of the work that we do.

Every dollar raised enables us to further our campaigning efforts to end animal testing!

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