The Consortium and its members work hard to modernise cosmetics-related legislation around the world to help ensure that only non-animal methods are used for assessing the toxicity of cosmetics products and ingredients. And where humane policies are already in place, the Consortium provides the expertise to ensure that the legislation is enforced appropriately. Its representatives work directly with legislators, companies, and regulators to provide technical and policy-driven information and play a pivotal role in relevant legal proceedings. Consortium member PETA US is also involved in a collaborative effort to promote the acceptance and use of non-animal test methods internationally, particularly in China.