On 16 September 2021 the European Parliament adopted a motion by 667 votes to 4, on a plan ‘to accelerate the transition to innovation without the use of animals’.

The accepted text of the resolution of the European Parliament 2019-2024 P9_TA(2021)0387 “Plans and actions to accelerate a transition to innovation without the use of animals in research, regulatory testing and education (2021/2784(RSP)” could be found here:
https://www.europarl.europa.eu/doceo/document/TA-9-2021-0387_EN.pdf?mc_cid=15a90a2c89&mc_eid=UNIQID
.
As a reaction, EARA, the European Animal Research Association, is deeply concerned over the vote in the European Parliament on 16 September 2021, which “threatens the future of effective biomedical research in Europe” as expressed on their website today https://www.eara.eu/post/eu-parliament-vote

The full EARA press release “EARA concerns over EU vote” dated 2021-09-16 could be found here:
https://www.eara.eu/post/eara-voices-the-grave-concerns-of-the-biomedical-community-following-european-parliament-vote?mc_cid=15a90a2c89&mc_eid=UNIQID

Share this article

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on whatsapp
Share on linkedin

More articles

Stay up-to-date with EUSAAT, our annual congress und upcoming seminars by subscribing to our newsletter.

EUSAAT

Subscribe to EUSAAT

Receive regular updates about EUSAAT’s activities, upcoming congresses and seminars. You can find out how we handle your data in our privacy policy. You can unsubscribe at any time free of charge.

Subscription confirmed

Thank you for subscribing to the EUSAAT newsletter. We have added your email to our mailing list.