公众意识奖

 

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Three winners shared £50,000 of prize money for their work raising public awareness about animal testing

 

Japan Anti-Vivisection Association, Japan  were awarded £30,000 for their successful campaign to persuade Shiseido to abandon animal testing.
http://www.java-animal.org

Hiromi Kamekura spoke to us when she collected the prize..

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Decipher Films, Canada (£10,000)
For their feature film ‘Maximum Tolerated Dose’ on animal testing
http://maximumtolerateddose.org

 

 

VITA Animal Rights Centre, Russia (£10,000)
For their work on awareness raising with the Russian media
http://www.vita.org.ru

 

 

 

Also short-listed..

 

Pro Anima, France
For their work on raising awareness of REACH and animal testing in France
http://www.proanima.fr

 

Humane Society International
For their Cruelty Free 2013 campaign to enforce the European 2013 cosmetics testing ban
http://www.hsi.org

 

EQUIVITA Scientific Anti-vivisection Committee, Italy
For their work bringing the attention of animal testing to the wider global justice community
http://www.equivita.it

 

NOAH, Menschen für Tiere e.V., Germany
For the quality of their creative adverts and interventions on animal testing
http://www.noah.de/wp

 

Beagle Freedom Project, USA
For the high profile rescue of 40 beagles from a laboratory in Spain
http://www.beaglefreedomproject.org

 

Andrew Knight, UK
For producing the book ‘The Costs and Benefits of Animal Experiments’
http://www.andrewknight.info

 

Animal Friends Croatia
For their work on awareness raising in Croatia
http://www.animal-friends-croatia.org

 

 

 
Prize Partner: Ethical Consumer Research Association
 

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