To mark International Women's Day, we are launching our first podcast with testimonies of women working to put an end to wildlife crime.
Author: The WJC (Isabel Leal)
Debate on practical measures to address wildlife crime and the corruption that enables it at our event at the UN Headquarters.
A big thank you to the Dutch Postcode Lottery for granting the Wildlife Justice Commission with permanent beneficiary status and a EUR 500,000 donation.
Commonly referred to as the most trafficked mammal in the world, the plight of the pangolin looks bleak.
On 17 January, we convened our annual event for our partners in Amsterdam to update them 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.
An accurate view on the global trafficking of rhino horn. You can watch now Rhino Dollars online here.
Corruption is not tangential to Illegal Wildlife Trade but is a key facilitator of this organised crime...
This briefing paper summarises the data collected by the WJC during Operation Dragon (2016-2018) and subsequent analysis, aiming at directing further research to assess the extent to which these species are in demand globally.
This briefing paper provides an analysis of the price data of raw rhino horn in Africa and Asia, obtained until July 2018.