WildLeaks for Other Organizations

WildLeaks has also created opportunities for Elephant Action League to broaden its impact

through collaboration with other organizations


We provide the WildLeaks platform’s services (reception, first assessment and forwarding) free-of-charge to other wildlife and forestry conservation organizations as they address their various agendas.
By promoting the use of WildLeaks, they receive confidential information on specific topics and create opportunities for their specific constituencies to become involved with fighting wildlife crime.
 Partner organizations already benefitting from this collaboration include:
1. The Finnish Association for Nature Conservation (FANC)
2. The Wildlife Justice Commission
3. The TREES Project (Timber Regulation Enforcement to protect European wood Sector from criminal infiltration)


A concrete example of our support to other organizations:
“Illegal hunting is a problem in the North and East part of Finland. Poachers kill many wolves and bears every year. It is not easy to find poachers in the large wilderness areas. Without the help from local people it is very rare to catch poachers. WildLeaks gives people of the rural areas the opportunity to send anonymous information about where the poachers operate and who they might be. The authorities have made many successful investigations using crucial information from WildLeaks.” Large predators expert Riku Lumiaro, The Finnish Association for Nature Conservation. 



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WildLeaks is a not-for-profit collaborative project created, funded and managed by the Elephant Action League (EAL).

The Mission of WildLeaks is to receive and evaluate anonymous information and tips regarding wildlife crime, including corruption, and transform them into concrete actions.

Please visit the Elephant Action League for more information on our activities: www.elephantleague.org