Publications & Resources

Find all the latest resources from Born Free, including magazines and publications, reports, webinars and more.

Two elephants stand in front of a circus tent

Exhibition or Exploitation?

Born Free report into the legal yet unethical and low-welfare practice of keeping and training wild animals for exhibition or performance in England, Scotland and Wales.
A shot of the African landscape during a drought with dry ground and a bare tree

What is CoP26?

Join the Born Free Team to learn all about the 2021 Climate Conference in Glasgow. Hear all about the process from our Head of Policy, learning how you can influence policy-makers to prioritise the Climate Crisis and how young people can get involved.
A large adult rhino in lush green surroundings

Last Chance to Paint: Project Sudan

Join Born Free’s Education Team, with guest John Dyer, as they speak about the Last Chance to Paint project and Sudan, the last male northern white rhino, who started John’s journey. With opportunities for students to paint along.
A pangolin clinging upside down on a tree branch

Plight of the pangolin

Watch one of our past school events, ‘Plight of the Pangolin’ here. Learn more about the most fascinating species that you have never heard of! Learn about the amazing lives of pangolins, their adaptations and the many threats that they face.
A penguin standing alone on some rocks

Education webinar: Endangered Species Conference

Join artist, Jane Lee McCracken, Born Free and some special guest speakers to learn about endangered wildlife, and the positive steps we can take to protect these species. This event launched the Where Did All The Animals Go? exhibition, Great North Museum, Newcastle (1hr 37mins, inc. break).
Cocoa beans hanging on a tree

Born Free’s Great Debate Panel Discussion

Watch one of our past school events, ‘Chocolate: Are We Sacrificing Biodiversity For Pleasure? Meet our panel of experts and learn about the challenges associated with cocoa production and what we can do to ensure our actions don’t have negative global consequences.