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Australia pushes for cruelty free cosmetics

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Considering the global negativity and protests that are now continuously associated with animal testing, it is surprising how common the practice remains across the world.

 

A global push for change has arrived in Australia, and our politicians are taking action.

 

Dragana Mrkaja spoke to Dr Nick Palmer, Director of Policy for Cruelty Free International, Hannah Stuart, Campaign Coordinator for Be Cruelty Free Australia and Senator Lee Rhiannon, Greens animal welfare spokesperson.

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