Green MEP calls for EU action plan on alternatives to animal testing

By |november 15th, 2019|animal testing, animal welfare, cosmetics, European Chemicals Agency, News, research, Tilly Metz|

All initiatives to promote alternatives to animal testing are welcome, but lawmakers should be bolder and impose some mandatory measures as well, Luxembourgish MEP Tilly Metz has said.

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EU ‘fully committed’ to ending animal testing, insists Commissioner

By |november 26th, 2018|animal testing, cosmetics, Elżbieta Bieńkowska, Julie Girling, News|

The EU remains “fully committed” to phasing out testing on animals, Internal Market and Industry Commissioner Elżbieta Bieńkowska told delegates at the annual conference of the European Partnership for Alternative Approaches to animal testing on 20 November.

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EU Parliament calls for global ban on animal testing for cosmetics

By |maj 4th, 2018|animal rights, animal testing, cosmetics, Cosmetics Regulation, News|

The European Parliament on Thursday (3 May) called on the European Union to launch a high-level diplomatic campaign to impose a worldwide ban on animal testing in the cosmetics industry.

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Putting an end to cosmetics testing on animals, definitively

By |marec 5th, 2018|animal rights, animal testing, animal welfare, cosmetics, Cosmetics Regulation, News|

The EU ban on animal testing for cosmetics was a huge step forward but a global ban is the only guarantee that no animal will have to suffer or die for the sake of a shampoo or lipstick ever again, writes Kerry Postlewhite.

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Why cosmetics are more than cosmetic [Sponsored]

By |julij 13th, 2017|cosmetics, Health, News|

Cosmetic products are not only skin deep. They bring real benefits to people’s lives and contribute massively to Europe's economy. It is time to recognise their broader contribution, argues John Chave.

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