English


Stop Huntingdon Animal Cruelty (SHAC) is a global campaign which operates all over the world to close down Huntingdon Life Sciences. SHAC campaigns in numerous countries and target HLS, their sales offices, their clients, their financial supporters and many other companies or individuals involved in the seedy world of Huntingdon Life Sciences.

Huntingdon Life Sciences (HLS) is the largest contract testing laboratory in Europe. They have about 70,000 animals on site, including rabbits, cats, hamsters, dogs, guinea-pigs, birds and monkeys. These animals are destined to suffer and die in cruel, useless experiments.

HLS will test anything for anybody. They carry out experiments which involve poisoning animals with household products, pesticides, drugs, herbicides, food colourings and additives, sweeteners and genetically modified organisms. Every three minutes an animal dies inside Huntingdon totaling 500 innocent lives every single day.

Huntingdon Life Sciences is the most exposed laboratory in the world. In recent years they have been infiltrated and exposed at least seven separate times for disgusting animal cruelty and rule breaking. Each time horrific evidence of animal abuse and staff incompetence has been uncovered, including workers punching beagle puppies in the face.

For more information about the SHAC campain in english, visit www.shac.net

SHAC Norway
The Norwegian SHAC campaign started in 2009 in Oslo. You can read a list of HLS customers in Norway here. If you want to get active in the SHAC Norway campaign, please email us on: post(at)shacnorge.net.

Previous demos:
Thursday, 19th July 2012 - NORWEGIAN ACTIVISTS EXPOSE HLS
Monday, 21st June 2010 - NOVARTIS HAVE BANNER DROP IN OSLO
Saturday, 19th June 2010 - SHAC NORWAY HAVE STAND AT OSLO FESTIVAL
Saturday, 22th May 2010 - NORWEGIAN ACTIVISTS CONTINUE TO HIGHLIGHT HLS
Tuesday, 12th January 2010 - NOVARTIS PROTEST IN NORWAY
Tuesday, 1st December 2009 - FIRST NORWEGIAN DEMO AGAINST NOVARTIS
Monday, 23rd November 2009 - WEEK OF ACTION DEMO AGAINST ASTRAZENECA