Lobbying Prize Winners 2012

Three winners shared £50,000 of prize money for their outstanding lobbying work.

Humane Society International, USA (£40,000)
For their work on removing animal tests from the EU’s non-food pesticide regulations
http://www.hsi.org
 
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Troy Seidle collected the award on behalf of Humane Society International and speaks about their work and the prize award.

 

 
Federation of Indian Animal Protection Organisations (FIAPO), India (£5,000)
For their research and lobbying on animal testing in India
http://www.fiapo.org

 
 

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) India (£5,000)
For their work with Indian regulators on a cosmetics testing ban
http://www.petaindia.com

 
 

Also Short-listed

 

L1: Center for Alternatives to Animal Testing, USA
For their work in Washington on informing regulators about 21st Century Toxicology
http://caat.jhsph.edu

L2: People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) India
For their work with Indian regulators on a cosmetics testing ban
http://www.petaindia.com

L3: Humane Society International, USA
For their work on removing animal tests from the EU’s non-food pesticide regulations
http://www.hsi.org

L4: Stop Vivisection (European Citizens’ Initiative), Italy
For their project to attract 1,000,000 signatures on a stop vivisection petition in Europe
http://www.stopvivisection.eu

L5: Doctors Against Animal Experiments , Germany
For their lobbying against primate experiments and botox animal testing
http://www.aerzte-gegen-tierversuche.de 

L7: Federation of Indian Animal Protection Organisations (FIAPO), India
For their research and lobbying on animal testing in India
http://www.fiapo.org 

L8: Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, USA
For their lobbying around changes to the Toxic Substances Control Act
http://www.pcrm.org

L9: The Swedish Fund for Research Without Animal Experiments, Sweden
For their lobbying to enforce to the European 2013 cosmetics testing ban
http://www.forskautandjurforsok.se