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    NZ National Anti Vivisection Campaign



    Every year in New Zealand, over 300,000 animals are used in experiments and testing by universities, pesticide and chemical manufacturers and government research institutes. Species used include birds, cats, dogs, goats, guinea pigs, mice, horses, pigs, rabbits, rats and sheep.

    These experiments involve mutilation, genetic modification, live dissection and deliberate infection with painful diseases. Animals are tortured with drugs, poisoned with toxic chemicals, tormented in psychological testing, and subjected to many other atrocities that so-called scientists have been able to develop.

    Throughout its history, vivisection has been inherently cruel, inevitably wasteful, and perpetually invalid and unscientific. Itís time we put a stop to this barbaric industry.
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    Address:
    PO Box 6387
    Wellington ,
    New Zealand
    Phone: 0064 4 385 6728
    Fax: - -
    E-Mail: navc@animal-liberation.org.nz
    Website: http://www.stopvivisection.org.nz
       


    Detailed Information:
    NAVC was formed in November 2002 after anti vivisection campaigners saw the need for a new active group.

    Since our formation we have investigated and exposed the activities of the vivisection industry in New Zealand. We hold public meetings, street stalls and protests, including major national anti vivisection protests. NAVC has also written and published reports and media backgrounders about animal research in Universities and Government research institutes. Our campaigns and events have resulted in dozens of national news stories that put the spotlight on vivisection in New Zealand.


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