Partnership Opportunities

NWC seeks 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. Interested? Contact us via email.

Based on wildlife whistleblower reports and other documentation, we know that environmental and wildlife crime continues to rise.  To address this troubling trend, NWC’s Global Wildlife Whistleblower Program, an international campaign that supports whistleblowers who report wildlife crime, seeks to collaborate with representatives from the private sector, legal community, multilateral and non-profit organizations, legal professionals and the philanthropic community.

Here are some of the ways your organization can partner with the Global Wildlife Whistleblower Program:

  • Host an NWC seminar in-person or online for your members and share our educational materials on your website.
  • Organize joint training and conferences
  • Ask NWC for a guest blog post or article to share on your website, blog, magazine, etc.

Together, our efforts can educate potential whistleblowers, increase the number of reported crimes, and reduce environmental crime across the globe. To discuss potential partnership opportunities, please contact us at info@whistleblowers.org.

Download the NWC Partnership Toolkit

Find information and resources on Global Wildlife Whistleblower Program including illegal wildlife trafficking, marine conservation, and illegal timber trade. Share with your organization and the communities you work with.

Current Global Wildlife Whistleblower Program Partners

Nature for all IFAW Wildlife Trafficking Alliance
Waterbear network Thinking Animals United
International Network for Environmental Compliance and Enforcement Anthropocene Institute Wildleaks
Report Climate Crimes