Every day, thousands of animals are forced into the multi-billion pound global trade in wildlife – killed for food, harvested for traditional medicine, traded as 'exotic' pets or forced into a life of suffering in entertainment. The UK government has an opportunity and a responsibility to lead...
Every minute of every day, around the world, millions of animals are suffering. They urgently need our help.
We are fighting to save wild animals and keep them where they belong – in the wild.
Our houses are no home for a wild animal. Yet, hundreds of thousands of wild animals are suffering right here in the UK, because of the 'exotic pet' trade. Help us tackle it.
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Right now, thousands of elephants around the world are suffering in the name of tourism - but it doesn’t have to be this way.
Dolphin entertainment is extreme animal cruelty masquerading as innocent family fun
We are governed by a Board of Trustees from a wide variety of backgrounds. The International Board is made up of between 11 and 14 trustees. Current members are:
Hi, I'm Alyx Elliott the UK Head of Programmes and Campaigns at World Animal Protection. I have an academic background in animal, environmental and legal ethics and have been at World Animal Protection for nearly 10 years. I've loved being able to campaign on a whole host of issues ranging from bullfighting to...
Hi, I’m Fiona Dunn and I’m Head of Individual Giving based at the World Animal Protection UK office in London.