Good news for mice in Australia! The University of South Australia (UniSA) has confirmed on its website that it will no longer permit the use of the widely discredited and cruel forced swim test. The decision comes after PETA Australia, Humane Research Australia, and thousands… Read More »A Uni Down Under, the University of South Australia, Comes out on Top for Mice
Forced Swim Test
Ahead of World Day for Animals in Laboratories on the 24th April, “grim reapers” haunted the University of Bristol for tormenting and killing rats. The ‘Grim Reapers’ are a haunting reminder for Vice Chancellor Brady to drop the cruel forced swim test before he leaves… Read More »PETA Haunts the University Of Bristol with Grim Reapers
Oscar-winning actor Sir Mark Rylance – who just finished performing in Dr Semmelweiss at the Bristol Old Vic – sent a letter to the University of Bristol’s vice-chancellor, Hugh Brady, appealing to him to end the university’s use of the “cruel and useless” forced swim… Read More »Mark Rylance Urges the University of Bristol to Stop Tormenting Animals
As an early valentine for University of Bristol Vice-Chancellor Hugh Brady, Mayor of the West of England Dan Norris and PETA’s rat mascot – decked out as Cupid – gave the University of Bristol a pointed message. We gathered outside the Wills Memorial Building with… Read More »PETA Urges University of Bristol to Have a Heart for Animals
PETA collaborated with the University of Bristol’s Vegan Society, which proposed a motion to the Students’ Union urging it to oppose the cruel and debunked forced swim test. Celebrations are in order, as the Students’ Union has passed the motion! The motion will now become… Read More »Students’ Union Condemns Forced Swim Test!