Our Head of Conservation, Dr Nikki Tagg, joined the recent Restore Nature Now rally in London, and encourages each of us to speak out for the wild.
Issues clearly remain despite inspection report claiming all is well at the zoo.
Born Free is sad to report that Twiggy, who lived alone at Belgrade Zoo for 26 years, has died.
A week-long sporting event in Cameroon provides an exciting opportunity for our team to raise awareness to conservation.
Born Free is disappointed that today’s Declaration by the United Nations fails to protect animals and nature, or tackle key risk factors to prevent pandemics in the future.
A new Online Safety Act to tackle animal cruelty content and hold social media companies to account will now become law.
Born Free is encouraging progressive revision to current weak European legislation, to help prevent wildlife crime including trafficking of rare species.
Born Free applauds massive step forward as Bill banning promotion of abusive activities involving animals abroad passes final stages.
As part of the Asia for Animals Coalition, Born Free has helped compile an important new report exposing the horrific exploitation of pet macaques for social media.
Efforts to progress a Bill to prohibit the import of hunting trophies from threatened and protected species were thwarted in the House of Lords on 12th September by a few Members who cynically used parliamentary procedure to their advantage.