The Lush Prize Team here at Ethical Consumer have been busy all this week and last reviewing nominations for the 2012 Lush Prize – no mean feat with almost 200 to choose from! Combined with our own area specific research we have selected a short list in each category, of the nominations we feel most […]
Nominations for the 2012 Lush Prize closed on September 1st. We’ve got more than 180 nominations in total giving us some really great projects to choose from in all five categories. The Lush Prize team here in Manchester is busy this week coming up with a short list of projects in each category to go […]
With a closing date of September 1st, the last chance to nominate organisations involved in cruelty-free research and campaigning against animal testing for this year’s Lush Prize is fast approaching. According to Katy Brown, Prize Fund manager: “We’ve already had nearly a hundred nominations from around the world with entries coming in from the US, […]
We are pleased to announce that we have now appointed the first three judges to the Lush Prize judging panel: Troy Seidle Troy Seidle is Director of Research & Toxicology for Humane Society International. As a former public representative on inspections of animal research facilities, Seidle has witnessed first-hand the plight of animals […]
INAUGURAL LUSH PRIZE TO STAMP OUT ANIMAL TESTING IS LAUNCHED Leading ethical brand will award £250,000 prize to promote cruelty-free research Campaigning cosmetics company Lush today announces the creation of the first ever Lush Prize to help bring an end to animal testing in the wake of the continuing failure to ban these practices. The […]
The Lush Prize will be launched to the press at 8.30am on June 19th at the Ivy in London. Mark Constantine (Lush co-founder) will be one of a few speakers explaining some of the ideas and motivation behind the Prize. For more information contact Lush Press Office.
Three judges have now agreed to sit on the panel for the Prize. They will be announced at the Prize press launch at the Ivy on the morning of the 19th. Further appoinments, to fill the remaining seven places, will be announced over the course of the summer.