On March 17, a bill is coming to Parliament to BAN British trophy hunters from bringing home the heads and bodies of animals they’ve shot for fun. But most MPs say they won’t be there – and the bill could fall. We URGENTLY need you to contact your MP today – tell them they MUST come and vote for Sally’s Law.
The Campaign to Ban Trophy Hunting
We are a non-profit organisation dedicated to protecting the world's most endangered species from the cruel and inhumane practice of trophy hunting. Our team is made up of passionate individuals who believe that all animals have the right to live and thrive in their natural habitats without fear of being hunted for sport.
Our MissionOur mission is to put an end to trophy hunting by raising awareness of the issue and advocating for changes in policy and legislation.
Our AccomplishementsOver the years, we have achieved many successes in our fight against trophy hunting. From raising public awareness of the issue to advocating for changes in policy and legislation, our organisation has been at the forefront of the fight to end trophy hunting. We have also partnered with like-minded organisations and individuals to create a global movement to end this cruel and unnecessary practice.
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We need your help to achieve our mission of ending trophy hunting. There are many ways you can get involved, from making a donation to our cause to volunteering your time and skills to support our campaigns. Join our community of animal welfare advocates and help us create a world where animals can live and thrive in their natural habitats without fear of being hunted for sport.
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The Saving Sally film
Saving Sally is a groundbreaking film that exposes the brutal world of trophy hunting. Produced by the Campaign to Ban Trophy Hunting, this film follows an undercover investigation into the rearing of tiger cubs for trophy hunters to shoot in enclosures. It also tells the extraordinary story of the group's attempt to rescue a young tiger called Sally from their clutches.
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Henry Smith's Bill to Ban Trophy Hunting Imports
Many British trophy hunters travel to other countries to shoot some of the world's most endangered species for trophies. This has contributed to a significant decline in animal populations and threatened the survival of many species.
Henry Smith's Bill to Ban Trophy Hunting ImportsHenry Smith's Bill aims to ban the import of hunting trophies into the UK and would represent a significant step forward in the fight against trophy hunting. However, the bill faces significant opposition from the trophy hunting industry and its allies, and its future is uncertain. We need your help to ensure that this bill becomes law and to put an end to the cruel and inhumane practice of trophy hunting.
What You Can DoRight now we URGENTLY need you to contact your MP. The bill to ban hunting trophies is in danger of FAILING because not enough MPs will be there. Please write to your MP asap” You can write to your local MP, sign petitions, and donate to organisations that are working to protect endangered species. Join our community of animal welfare advocates and help us create a world where animals can live and thrive in their natural habitats without fear of being hunted for sport.
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Our Partners & Supporters
Meet Our PartnersWe are grateful for the support of individuals and organizations who share our vision of a world without trophy hunting. Our supporters include people from all walks of life, from animal welfare advocates to celebrities, and we are inspired by their commitment to our cause. Join our community of supporters and help us create a world where animals can live and thrive in their natural habitats without fear of being hunted for sport.
DR JANE GOODALL
Trophy hunting is utterly cruel, utterly unnecessary and utterly disastrous from a conservation perspective. It inflicts pain and suffering on animals for no other reason other than to boast of some ephemeral ‘prowess’. There is no material human need met by it: it is a hobby, pure and simple, and a deeply wrong one at that.
Dame JOANNA LUMLEY
I have always considered trophy hunting the lowest of the low: contemptible, hollow triumphalism which we would laugh to scorn if the consequences weren’t so utterly grim and cruel. Weasel words and twisted evidence will try to show the benefits of this hateful past-time; but the truth is as plain as can be: killing animals for fun is just disgusting.
Lorraine Kelly CBE
I’m appalled and disgusted by this so-called ‘sport’. I have been lucky enough to visit Africa many times and see these beautiful wild animals. I would like my grandchildren to be able to do the same someday.
SIR ROGER GALE
I believe that the pastime of trophy hunting is one of the vilest and cruellest so-called sports that there is. The idea that a person can go out and for pleasure shoot and maim a proud wild animal is wholly unacceptable. To then allow the importation of the product of that slaughter is worse.
As a conservationist, and as someone directly involved in working to save persecuted species, I can say from first-hand experience that hunting for ‘sport’ is putting tremendous pressure on our wildlife. Trophy hunting is simply inexplicable and inexcusable, and those who practice it need to take a long, hard look at themselves and what they’re doing. Frankly, they are absolutely despicable in my view.
Trophy hunting has had its ugly day in the sun. It’s not a sport, in sport, there is fair competition, here the animals die and the humans sit on their corpses for a selfie. Trophy hunting is about killing wildlife and when more and more species are heading toward the brink of extinction it’s no longer ethically or morally acceptable.
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