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Video: Lush Prize winners 2012

Jan 18

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Winners talk about their work

The Lush Prize - ran in partnership with Ethical Consumer - awards those who are bringing forward the day when all product safety testing takes place without the use of animals.

This year saw the first round of winners.

Below a selection of the awardies talk about their work to help phase out animal testing.


Lobbying Prize Winners 2012


Humane Society International

This organisation won £40,000 for their work on removing animal tests from the EU’s non-food pesticide regulations

Troy Seidle talks about their work.


Public Awareness Prize Winners


Japan Anti-Vivisection Association

This organisation won £30,000 for their successful campaign to persuade company Shiseido to abandon animal testing.

Hiromi Kamekura spoke to Lush after she collected the prize.


Science Prize Winner 2012


The Institute for Health and Consumer Protection, European Commission Joint Research Centre, Italy was awarded £50,000 for its work on toxicity pathways in heptatoxicology and developmental toxicology.

Birgitte Landesmann & Milena Mennecozzi talked Lush about their work..


Training Prize Winners 2012

Institute for In Vitro Sciences, were awarded £25,000 for their vital work on training researchers in non-animal methods from Brazil to Japan

Dr Rodger Curren & Erin Hill from the Institute talk about their work.


You can view more video on the Lush Prize website






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