Browse our latest news and work on animal protection across Oceania.
October 30, 2013
Losing Out on 1.3 Billion Consumers is Worth It to Australian Company to End Animal Testing in China
Australian skin care company MooGoo has declined a lucrative distribution opportunity in China because the Chinese government refused to import its products without testing them on animals.
October 24, 2013
HSI is calling on New Zealand to become the next country to Be Cruelty-Free.
August 29, 2013
HSI's Be Cruelty-Free campaign welcomed the Australian labor party's pledge to ban cruel cosmetics.
August 21, 2013
HSI works to improve life for street dogs in American Samoa and around the world.
July 25, 2013
Our Be Cruelty-Free New Zealand Campaign Urges Prime Minister John Key To Hop To It And Ban Animal Testing For Cosmetics
HSI and campaign parter SAFE handed in a petition urging the prime minister of New Zealand to ban animal testing for cosmetics.
June 26, 2013
Australia took Japan to court to try to end scientific whaling in the Southern Ocean.
May 9, 2013
HSI urged companies to come clean and join forces with Be Cruelty-Free to end animal-tested cosmetics.
March 11, 2013
As the European Union implements its landmark ban on selling newly animal-tested cosmetics, animal campaigners SAFE and Humane Society International say New Zealand must urgently apply its own ban to cruel and unethical animal tests.
December 6, 2012
Choose Cruelty Free, Humane Research Australia and Humane Society International are calling on the Australian Government to follow the lead of the European Union in introducing legislation ensuring that no cosmetic shall be imported into, sold or manufactured in Australia if the final product or its ingredients have been tested on animals.
November 16, 2012
Lush Cosmetics Awards Humane Society International Prize for ‘Outstanding’ Work to End Cruel and Outdated Animal Testing for Pesticides
HSI received £40,000 for being selected to win in the lobbying category for leadership of a successful two-year campaign that dramatically reduced animal-testing requirements under Europe’s new regulations for non-food pesticides.