Humane Research Australia
- National Reach
Millions of animals are used for the purpose of research every year in Australia, including mice, rats, fish, dogs, cats, rabbits, guinea pigs and farm animals. Humane Research Australia is strongly opposed to the use of animals in research on both ethical and scientific grounds. We maintain that animal experimentation is NOT a 'necessary evil', and that instead, it is misleading and outdated.
Humane Research Australia works professionally and ethically to develop community-wide awareness of animal experimentation; pursues all reasonable channels to eliminate such experimentation and champions the benefits of realistic, scientifically effective alternatives to all forms of animal usage in research and teaching.
We do not receive any government funding. Our activities include the below:
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