Stop Animal Experiments at Bradford (SAEAB) | 13.01.2010 02:19 | Animal Liberation
Saturday 13th February 2010
Important developments have been made with the campaign to stop animal experiments at the University of Bradford and we are progressing with our aims on a constant basis. Please come out onto the streets of Bradford on this day and help create a show of strength, letting Bradford Uni know the opposition to their ongoing vivisection.
Meeting 12noon at Centenary Square, Bradford, BD1 9ST
On Saturday 13th February 2010, campaigners from across the country will be decending on Bradford so as to call for the university to end all animal experiments.
A rally, stalls and speeches are being held in Centenary Square (next to the Town Hall) before marching through Bradford town centre and up to the university laboratories.
The University of Bradford have been exposed for horrific animal abuse inside their laboratories, such as purposely starving animals to make them perform procedures, conducting drug addiction experiments on nursing animals and cutting them open with scalpels to see the effects of scarring. All experiments happening could be replaced with non-animal methods.
Please join us on this important day and speak up for the closure of Bradford’s animal torture laboratory.
Luke Steele -
Spokesperson for the Stop Animal Experiments at Bradford (SAEAB) campaign.
Debbie Vincent -
Stop Huntingdon Animal Cruelty have brought one of the world’s largest animal laboratories, HLS, to its knees and on the brink of closure through grassroots campaigning.
Amanda Richards -
SPEAK Campaigns successfully stopped the construction of Europe’s largest primate testing laboratory in Cambridge and are now fighting to end vivisection at the University of Oxford.
Sean Kirtley -
Activist who was wrongfully convicted and imprisoned for 2years under SOCPA following a legal protest campaign against Sequani laboratories. Sean faught his conviction and won a victory for free speech.
[More speakers to be confirmed]
Vegan catering and drinks will be provided on the day for a small cost by Veggies Catering.
Transport has been arranged from locations across the country, so if you would like to get in touch with campaigners travelling from your area please contact the campaign.