June 9, 2017

Angola marks definitive moment in its conservation history.

On June 5, 2017, on a bluff overlooking its iconic Quicama National Park, Angola’s Minister of Environment Her Excellency Maria […]
April 30, 2017
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Stop Ivory opens up debate on domestic ivory trade

On 27th April, Stop Ivory co-hosted a public evening at the London School of Economics, bringing together a panel of distinguished […]
April 19, 2017

South Sudan takes a stand for elephants and joins the African-led Elephant Protection Initiative

April 18, 2017
Congo NEAP workshop

Securing a future for elephants in the Republic of Congo

At the end of February 2017 Government representatives, experts on elephant conservation and national and international stakeholders came together in […]
April 4, 2017
TSAVO EAST, KENYA - MAY 18: Images of some of the last of the great Elephant tuskers in Africa, taken in Tsavo East May 18, 2011. Massive elephant poaching in recent years has seen most of the mature bull elephant population of African countries decimated for their ivory. A Tusker is defined as an elephant with a set of 100 pound ivory tusks, or therabouts. This depletion of the elephant gene pool is having a negative effect on populations, with weak dna being passed on instead of the strongest.  (Photo by Brent Stirton/Reportage by Getty Images)

Elephant Protection Initiative congratulates Chad on AU auspicious leadership win

March 12, 2017
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MPs visit Kenya in push to shut down UK ivory market

Stop Ivory continues to establish strong communications with MPs and high-level government stakeholders, advocating a clear plan of action developed […]
February 12, 2017

NGOs stand together in unified message to UK government

A strong coalition of NGOs has formed, working closely together to close the UK domestic ivory markets, to hold the UK […]
February 9, 2017

The UK must become a global leader in the fight against poaching

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