Commonly referred to as the most trafficked mammal in the world, the plight of the pangolin looks bleak.
About the WJC
The following short film explains how we work, what type of organised criminal networks we investigate and why we do what we do. See Our Work.
Our mission: to disrupt and help dismantle transnational organised criminal networks trading in wildlife, timber and fish.
On 17 January, we convened our annual event for our partners in Amsterdam. The gathering was a great opportunity for us to actively engage with them and provide them with updates on our current developments and plans for the near future.
The report details our Operation Dragon, a 2-year investigation (2016-2018) into the multi-million-dollar illegal trade of endangered reptile species in South and Southeast Asia and the scale of the corruption that enables it.
We were honoured and privileged to have him as a member of our Council, which he joined in February 2017.
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US-based entities are welcome to contact Friends of Wildlife Justice Commission (FoWJC) at this email. FoWJC is a 501.3.(c) registered charity established in 2017 to enable us to generate additional support for our ongoing work.
Our work is only possible with support from partners and donors