Global Wildlife Whistleblower Program

NWC’s Global Wildlife Whistleblower Program is a secure worldwide web-based platform designed to educate and incentivize potential whistleblowers in order to dramatically increase the number of high-quality confidential reports essential to detect wildlife crimes and enforce the laws prohibiting illegal trafficking worldwide.

Protect Endangered Wildlife from Illegal Trafficking

Many wildlife laws allow for the payment of monetary rewards to U.S. citizens and non-citizens who disclose original information concerning wildlife crimes that result in a successful enforcement action.

Stop Wildlife Trafficking on Facebook

Facebook is running ads on pages run by wildlife traffickers illegally selling animal parts of endangered species, including elephant ivory, rhino horn, and tiger teeth.

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Understand Wildlife Whistleblower Reward Laws

Whistleblowers worldwide can qualify for monetary rewards when reporting wildlife trafficking, illegal logging and illegal fishing when the information results in a successful enforcement action.

The Intersection of Foreign Bribery and Wildlife Trafficking

Robust anti-corruption and anti-fraud laws such as the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and False Claims Act (FCA) can be used to combat widespread corruption driving the global illegal wildlife trade.

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Take Action, Support H.R. 864

Support the Wildlife Conservation & Anti-Trafficking Act of 2019, H.R. 864! This landmark anti-trafficking bill will radically increase wildlife crime enforcement and activate wildlife whistleblowers around the globe.

Partner With Us

NWC is looking to engage in new collaborative endeavors with governments, international NGOs and non-profits, particularly those who work directly with the communities local to wildlife habitats.

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Additional Resources

NWC has put together a series of resources concerning how whistleblowers can help combat wildlife trafficking to help potential whistleblowers, policymakers, and others learn about this pressing issue.

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