The Born Free Foundation works in close collaboration with many like-minded campaign groups, forming a wide range of influential international coalitions, alliances and partnerships. By working co-operatively, pooling resources and sharing expertise, Born Free is helping to maximise efforts and achieve more for wildlife.
The Ape Alliance is an international coalition of organisations and individuals, working for the conservation and welfare of apes.
The Canid Specialist Group is the world's chief body of scientific and practical expertise on the status and conservation of all canid species.
ENDCAP is the European network to END the keeping of wild animals in CAPtivity, a dynamic initiative working to investigate exploitation, expose cruelty and alleviate suffering.
The Great Apes Survival Project is a global initiative working to save gorillas, chimpanzees, bonobos and orangutans from extinction across their range states.
The People & Wildlife initiative, developed with Oxford University’s Wildlife Conservation Research Unit, works to resolve conflict between wildlife and local people.
The Pan African Sanctuary Alliance is an association of sanctuaries in Africa caring for orphaned apes and other endangered primates.
Species Survival Network - is the leading coalition of wildlife organisations working within CITES¹ to reduce the impact of international trade on wild animals and plants.
The International Tiger Coalition (ITC) is an alliance of 42 non-governmental organizations across the globe, united by the common aim to stabilise and revive wild tiger populations, by calling for an end to trade in tiger parts and products from all sources.