Report any abuse orillegal conduct relatedto animal testing

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Animal Rights is offering as an online portal for anyone to confidentially report any activities around animal testing of concern in the European Union.

Directive 2010/63/EU is the European Union (EU) legislation “on the protection of animals used for scientific purposes” and is one of the most stringent ethical and welfare standards worldwide. However, a law is only as good as its enforcement, and that’s why animals rely on you to protect them by reporting animal abuse.

Facility or transport

Have you witnessed animal suffering, abuse or neglect inside an animal testing facility or during the transport of animals intended for animal testing?


Have you noticed that the minimum requirements for housing and care as set up in Directive 2010/63/EU of laboratory animals have not been met?


Have you witnessed an experiment for which the rules and guidelines as set up in Directive 2010/63/EU have not been followed properly?

Alternative method

Are you aware of any animal experiment for which an alternative method exists that is recognised by the European Union?

Please share this information with us so that with your help, we can bring abuses to light and punish animal abusers.

To make a tip as useful as possible, we would like to ask you to give us as detailed a description of your observations as possible, including date, address of the location, name of the company involved and any photos and videos.

Neither visiting this website nor submitting this form establishes an attorney-client relationship with Animal Rights. This website is not intended to provide legal or other advice.

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Any tips we receive will be treated confidentially. We never share personal information with third parties. Animal Rights is committed to providing the best possible protection for whistle-blowers.

If you wish to make an anonymous report, you can, of course, do so by leaving the field where your name would be entered blank.

Animal Rights works with a small team. We do our absolute best to check all reports, but this can take some time and sometimes we will refer you to other authorities.

If you would like your report to be anonymous, please leave your name blank or write “anonymous” in the Name field and provide contact information that does not reveal your identity.
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