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February 11th, 2010 at 20.00: lecture on the subject of Vivisection. Speakers: André Ménache (Antidote Europe) and Eric (International Campaigns). Venue: Maison de quartier de Vaucelles, 1bis rue Branville, Caen (France). Contact : vivre_ethique@yahoo.fr
Admission free.

January 20th, 2010: lecture on the subject of scientific methods to assess toxicity of chemicals. Speaker: André Ménache. At the Dane Court Grammar School (Broadstairs, Kent).

December 10th, 2009: lecture on the subject of scientific methods to assess toxicity of chemicals. Speaker: André Ménache. At the Hadlow College (London).

November 29th, 2009 at 16.00: lecture on the subject of Vivisection. Speakers: Hélène Sarraseca (Antidote Europe) and Eric (International Campaigns). Venue: Salle de Canal Sud, 40 rue Alfred Duméril, Toulouse (France).
Admission free.

October 21st, 2009 at 19.00: lecture on the subject of Vivisection. Speakers: Hélène Sarraseca (Antidote Europe) and Eric (International Campaigns). Venue: Maison des Associations, 2 rue des Corroyeurs, Dijon (France). Contact: combactive@laposte.net ; 06 17 37 23 96

October 8th, 2009: lecture on the subject of REACH, bisphenol A, pesticides and the need for scientific methods to assess toxicity of chemicals. Speaker: André Ménache. At the Eliott School (London).

October 3rd and 4th, 2009 at 14.00: two talks on the subject of How and why we should abolish animal experimentation. Speakers: André Ménache (Antidote Europe) and Eric (International Campaigns). Venue: Salle des Fêtes (Salle Louis Aragon), Mers-les-Bains, Somme, France. Admission free. Contact: vivre_ethique@yahoo.fr

September 24th, 2009, 19.00: Lecture by Florence Burgat (philosopher) and André Ménache (veterinary surgeon) on the subject: Animal experimentation : a necessary evil ? Venue: 10-18 rue des Terres au Curé, 75013 Paris, underground station : Olympiades. Admission free.

May 15th, 2009, 8 pm: Lecture by Dr Claude Reiss entitled: The proof of the connection between cancer, diet and the environment. The Jean Renoir Hall, rue Nicolas Parent in Chambery. Admission free, donations welcome. For further details, please call 04 79 33 57 31.

April 18th, 2009, 2 pm: Lecture by Hélène and Henriette Sarraseca on How good nutrition can help our bodies cope with the effects of hazardous chemicals. Antidote Europe will be pleased to provide supporting literature during the afternoon. Address: 27 rue des Romarins, Perpignan, France. Organisation : UDAC66: udac66@live.fr or 04 68 63 90 41 (after 7 pm).

February 6th, 2009: André Ménache gave a series of five one-hour talks at Wrotham School, in Kent, UK. The talk covered various aspects of animal use and non animal methods in biomedical research and education.

February 5th, 2009: André Ménache gave a lecture at the Canterbury High School in Kent, UK, to a group of 60 final year secondary pupils and staff. The talk covered various aspects of animal use and non animal methods in biomedical research and education.

December 9th, 2008: André Ménache was invited to take part in a conference organized by Equivita, in Rome ; the Pietro Croce Prize is given to a study on the contribution of chemistry to the replacement of animal experiments.

November 21st, 2008: Presentation by André Ménache at the Cape Town University (South Africa) on Teaching and toxicology testing without animals. André Ménache was invited by the ethics committee of the University.

November 17th, 2008: Presentation by André Ménache in Durban (South Africa), at the KwaZulu Natal University on Teaching and toxicology testing without animals. André Ménache was invited by the ethics committee of the University.

November 6th, 2008: Speech by André Ménache in Brussels, in a conference organized at the European Commission on non-human primates in biomedical research.

October 18th, 2008 : Concert !
World renowned pianist, Michèle Scharapan, has toured the US, Africa and Europe. A senior teacher at the Conservatoire national supérieur de musique de Lyon, Michèle has very kindly offered to donate the proceedings of her concert performance towards our cancer project. We would like to express our sincere gratitude to her for this generous gift of support. Andre Menache will be present at the event to provide a brief overview of the project.
The concert will take place at the Théâtre du Conservatoire National Supérieur d'Art Dramatique de Paris, "one of the most unique and best appointed of music halls in all of Paris!" according to Michèle Scharapan : 2bis rue du Conservatoire - 75009 Paris ; métro Grands Boulevards.
The program will include, the Trio in Si b major D.898 and the Trio in Mi b major D.929 by Franz Schubert.
Michèle Scharapan will be on piano, Martine Bailly on cello and Thomas Gautier on violin.
Price of tickets : 20 euros ; 10 euros for students and the unemployed, as well as for groups of more than five.
Contact : 0033-6- 75 57 63 73, concertrio@voila.fr

October 5th, 2008: Speach by André Ménache in Dublin, after a walk in the streets of the city, organized by ARAN, on the need of legal actions against the use of animals in biomedical research.

September 14th, 2008: Presentation by André Ménache in Jerusalem (Israel), at the National Council on Replacement of animal tests. Three examples were put forward : the Monocyte Activation Test (MAT) for replacement of pyrogenicity tests conducted on rabbits; non animal methods for the production of monoclonal antibodies; the replacement of foetal calf serum with synthetic media.

September 3rd, 2008: Lecture by André Ménache in Netanya (Israel), at TEVA, one of the biggest pharmaceutical firms producing generics in the world, on An evidence based approach to regulatory toxicology. The lecture was followed by a discussion with a group of about 30 scientists of the firm.

June 21st, 2008, at 3:30pm: Lecture by André Ménache in Vannes (hôtel Ibis de Menimur, rue Emile Jourdan) on Non-Animal Methods in Scientific Research and Toxicity Assessment.

May 21st, 2008: Lecture by André Ménache at the University Ben Gurion at Beer Sheva on Non-Animal Methods in Scientific Research and Education.

April 19th, 2008: Presentation of scientific arguments against the use of animals in human biomedical research, by André Ménache, during a meeting organised by SPEAK, in Oxford, on the World Day for Lab Animals.

April 2nd, 2006, at 7pm: Lecture on Why and how to abolish vivisection? Speakers : Claude Reiss and Eric, responsible for International Campaigns. Espace des Générations - rue Charles le Téméraire - 21850 St-Apollinaire (near Dijon).

March 13th, 2008 : Lecture by André Ménache at the University of Raanana (Israel) on Non-Animal Methods in Scientific Research and Education. Among the assistance, about fifteen professors of biology.

March 12th, 2008 : Lecture by André Ménache at the University Ben Gurion at Beer Sheva on Non-Animal Methods in Scientific Research and Education.

March 11th, 2008 : Lecture by André Ménache at the University of Tel-Aviv on Non-Animal Methods in Scientific Research and Education. Among the assistance, about fifteen "Green" students.

March 10th, 2008 : Lecture by André Ménache at the University of Haïfa on Non-Animal Methods in Scientific Research and Education. Among the assistance, about fourty "Green" students.

March 9th, 2008 : Lecture by André Ménache in Tel-Aviv to a group of about ten professors concerned with animal experiments, further to the uncover of such experiments performed at the Weizmann Institute.

February 13th, 2008: Further to a suggestion of Antidote Europe, two MEPs; Jens Holm and Neil Parish, organize a lecture at the European Parliament on Progress without pain - Alternatives to animal experiments. Prestigious speakers include Stavros Dimas, European Commissioner for the Environment, Prof Dr Wolfgang Dekant (Institute of Toxicology, Wurzburg University, Germany), Dr Johan Rönnelid (associate professor, Unit of Clinical Immunology, Uppsala University, Sweden), Professor Paul Furlong (Director of Clinical Neurophysiology, Aston University, UK), Jens Holm and Neil Parish, Sonja van Tichelen (Director of Eurogroup for Animals) and, of course, Claude Reiss, president of Antidote Europe.

January 31st, 2008: Lecture by André Ménache on REACH for the future, at Oxford University (Mansfield College) at the invitation of the organization Voice for Ethical Research at Oxford (VERO).

December 6th and 7th, 2007: Participation of Claude Reiss to the first workshop on mathematical methods and their applications to biology and industry, in La Roche-sur-Yon. Communications are intended for a scientific public.

November 17th, 2007: invited by Mr Philippe Desbrosses, Helen Sarraseca explained the advantages of toxicogenomics and the disadvantages of animal testing during the round table Chemical pollution and risks for our health : haw can we protect the health of the future generations? in Toulouges (Pyrénées-Orientales, France).

November 10th, 2007: Participation of Helen Sarraseca to the lecture & debate on Why and how to abolish vivisection? in Toulouse. Salle de Canal Sud - 40 rue Alfred Duméril. Free entrance.

October 1st, 2007: Presentation of scientific arguments against the use of animals in human biomedical research, by André Ménache, who had been invited to participate in a debate organised by the UCC (University College Cork) Philosophical Society, in Ireland.

September 1st, 2007: Presentation of scientific arguments against the use of animals in human biomedical research, by André Ménache, during a meeting organised by SPEAK, in Oxford.

September 1st, 2007: Lecture by Claude Reiss in Héry-sur-Alby (74), at the meeting Al'Terre Nature, on Chemical pollutants and GMOs.

June 23rd, 2007: Lecture by Mireille Bouvier in Chamrousse in Rhône Alpes, at the Festival mondial de la Terre (World event for the Earth) on Health : a seek for harmony with the environment. Environmental pollution and chemical products : stakes, developped countries, Third-World countries.

June 16th, 2007: Lecture by Claude Reiss in Bayone on Put an end to animal experiments... Other solutions exist... IUT de Bayonne - amphi B - 8 ave Jean Darrigrand. Information : flac-aquitania.suf@hotmail.fr

June 5th, 2007: Debate in the Israeli parliament on the use of non-human primates in medical research. André Ménache presented a scientific counter-argument against the use of non-human primates.

May 11th, 2007: Lecture by Claude Reiss in Romans-sur-Isère.

April 27th, 2007 at 7 p.m.: Lecture by Claude Reiss on Health and environment stakes: environmental pollution and chemical substances at the Salle François Sala - 3 rue St-François de Salle - 69002 Lyon. Vegetarian organic dinner, cosmetics with natural ingredients. Fee : 5.5 euros. Informations and booking : Nathalie 06 76 73 21 52 ; agencecommerciale@yahoo.fr

April 15th, 2007: Lecture by Claude Reiss on Bad health statistics and how to achieve an effective prenvention at a meeting of the Mouvement Hommes Animaux Nature (MHAN), in Rennes.

March 31st, 2007: Lecture by Claude Reiss on Bad health statistics and how to achieve an effective prenvention at a meeting of the Mouvement Hommes Animaux Nature (MHAN) at the hotel Negresco, in Nice.

March 26th, 2007, at 8.30 pm: Lecture by Claude Reiss on Science and animal experiments in Montluçon, at the Salle Salicis - 1 rue Lavoisier. Organisation : MEI Allier - 04 70 03 93 52.

March 9th, 2007, at 2 pm: Lecture by Claude Reiss on Cosmetics, insecticides, food additives, etc.: how modern science allows to know if they are harmful for our health ? to four classes of students of scientific last year of high-school in Montpellier.

March 7th, 2007, at 2.30 pm: Lecture by Claude Reiss on pesticides to two classes of students of the National Institute of Telecommunications.

December 9th, 2006, at 2pm: Chat with Helen Sarraseca in Lille - Café citoyen - 7 place du Vieux Marché aux Chevaux (underground station : République), on Animal Guinea pigs and human victims. Information : 03 20 13 15 73 - troon@gmx.fr.

November 17th, 2006, at 8pm: Lecture and discussion on Animal experiments : a lethal error for everyone. Speakers : Claude Reiss and Eric, responsible for International Campaigns. Presentation of cosmetic products from Melvita, not tested with animals. Address : Novotel - 125bis ave de Palavas - Montpellier. Organisation : CLAM (Collectif de Libération Animale de Montpellier) - 06 82 75 20 67 / 06 16 08 08 28.

October 22nd, 2006, at 2pm: Lecture by Helen Sarraseca at the Salon Terre Naturelle in Orleans on Animal Guinea pigs and human victims.

August 24th, 2006, at 8pm: Lecture by Claude Reiss on Scientific toxicology at the summer congress of the Mouvement écologiste indépendant.

May 30th, 2006, at 7pm: Lecture by Claude Reiss on Are we ill from our environment ? at the Agence de développement du Val de Marne, 23 rue Raspail, Ivry-sur-Seine (underground station: Mairie d'Ivry).

May 4th, 2006, at 2pm: Lecture by Claude Reiss on Toxicogenomics in Amiens University. For researchers and students only.

April 20th, 2006, at 8.30 pm: Lecture by Claude Reiss on Chemical products and pollution : how to protect us and our children ? at the Salle Jean Renoir, rue Nicolas Parent, behind the main post office, in Chambéry. Fee : 5.5 euros for members of the association Réelle, 7.5 euros for non-members. Inscriptions: 33 (0)4 79 61 54 83.

April 8th, 2006: Lecture by Claude Reiss on Animal experiments : a lethal error for everyone ! in the Maison des associations.

April 6th, 2006: Dinner lecture by Claude Reiss on Scientific methods to replace animal experiments, and other health issues : avian flu, pesticides impact, GMOs. at the invitation of Mrs. Sylvia Leproux (President of Comité Terre Animaux Protection -CTAP).

January 22nd, 2006: Talk by Claude Reiss on Scientific tests within REACH at a meeting of the Mouvement Hommes Animaux Nature (MHAN) in Paris.

January 17th, 2006: Talk by Claude Reiss on Science and animal experiments in Rome at the invitation of Equivita. Other speakers included Jarrod Bailey, Scientific Director of Europeans for Medical Research, with whom we collaborate on a regular basis.

January 12th, 2006: Talk by Claude Reiss at a conference on REACH held at the Conservatoire national des arts et métiers (CNAM) in Paris.

December 9th, 2005: Dinner lecture by Claude Reiss in Phalsbourg on Health and environment at the invitation of the Lions Club.

November 21st, 200 : Lecture by Mireille Bouvier at the Salon Vivez Nature in Lyons on Chemical products toxic for the planet and our health : how you are being cheated.

August 27th, 2005: Lecture by Helen Sarraseca in Perpignan on Scientific arguments against animal experiments.

May 16th, 2005: Lecture by Claude Reiss at the National Center for Research in Rome on Correct assessment of the toxicity of chemicals.

April 23rd, 2005 : Lecture by Helen Sarraseca in Lyons on Are animal experiments really necessary ? at the invitation of the associations Avely and Vers un Monde Meilleur.

April 23rd, 2005: Lecture by Claude Reiss in Pacy-sur-Eure (France) on What's genetics ? at the invitation of the associations APREL and Grain de Sel.

March 5th, 2005 : Lecture by Claude Reiss in London on Toxic effects of xenoestrogens for women at the invitation of the Women's Environmental Network.

February 28th, 2005: Lecture by Claude Reiss at the European Parliament in Brussels on A new strategy within REACH during the round table on "Alternatives to animal testing".

February 1st , 2005: Lecture by Claude Reiss in London on A new strategy within REACH during the "Science, Medicine and the Law" conference. André Ménache was also one of the speakers.

December 5th, 2004: Lecture by Claude Reiss in Grenoble on Chemical products: effects on our health and the planet at the invitation of the associations Vers un Monde Meilleur and Veg'anim.

December 3rd, 2004: Lecture by Claude Reiss in Nice on Health and environment, an European problem of which humans et animals are victims at the invitation of the Mouvement Hommes Animaux Nature.

November 17th, 200 : Lecture by Claude Reiss in Amiens (France) on Health and chemical environment: where are we ? where are we going ?

October 16th, 2004: Lecture by Claude Reiss at the European Social Forum in London on DNA chips and REACH project: a valuable, rapid and low-cost method for the assessment of the toxicity of chemicals without animals.

October 1st, 2004: Lecture by Claude Reiss in Chambéry (France) on DNA chips and REACH project: a valuable, rapid and low-cost method for the assessment of the toxicity of chemicals without animals at the invitation of the association Vers un Monde Meilleur.

March 19th, 2004: The Green Group of the Greater London Assembly hosted a half-day conference in City Hall, entitled "London as a leading centre of excellence in non-animal research". Claude Reiss gave a talk on Alzheimer's disease and AIDS: progress warranted by research involving no animals.

March 13th, 2004: Claude Reiss gave a talk at the Green Party Conference in Brighton (England) at the invitation of Caroline Lucas, member of the European Parliament.

January 27th, 2004: Lecture by Claude Reiss in Nice at the invitation of the Union pour des Pouvoirs Publics Actifs and meeting with students of the technical university of Nice.

January 13th, 2004: Lecture by Claude Reiss at the "Robert Schuman" technical high school of Château-Gontier at the invitation of a group of students.

December 5th, 2003: Lecture by Claude Reiss on health matters in Annecy at the invitation of the association Vers un Monde Meilleur.

December 3rd, 2003: Lecture by Claude Reiss in Maubeuge on Health problems near incinerators: are we using the best methods of evaluation ?

November 13th, 2003: Lecture by Claude Reiss at the European Social Forum in Bobigny (France) on Animal experimentation: scientific fraud, threat to human life, danger for the environment. Other peakers: Jean-Pierre Berlan (National Institute of Agronomic Research), Marco Mamone Capria (University of Perugia, Italy), Enrico Moriconi (veterinarian, Italian Ecologist Party), Yannick Vicaire (Greenpeace), Fabrizia Pratesi (Equivita), Stéphane Charpentier (quarterly journal l'Ecologiste).

October 18th, 2003: Lecture by Claude Reissin Orléans at the Salon Terre naturelle on Evaluation of toxic risk in the environment.

June 14th, 2003: Lecture and press conference by Claude Reiss in Grenoble at the invitation of the association Vers un Monde Meilleur.

June 13th, 2003: Lecture by Claude Reiss in Annecy at the invitation of Groupe Santé Annecy (Annecy Health Group).

May 17th, 2003: Lecture by Claude Reiss at the Espace St-Martin in Paris at the invitation of LNPLV (National League for the Liberty of Vaccinations) on Vaccinations : myths and realities.

May 7th, 2003: Lecture by Claude Reiss at the Ecole Normale Supérieure d'Agronomie in Rennes on Animal model in medicine: a dangerous fiction.

April 4th, 2003: Lecture at master's level by Claude Reiss at the Denis Diderot University (Paris V) on Biology and society.

February 24th, 2003: Lecture at master's level by Claude Reiss at the Pierre et Marie Curie University (Paris VI) on Molecular and cellular toxicology.

February 21st, 2003: Lecture by Claude Reiss at the Institut Pasteur in Paris.