I Am #Ivory Free

The I Am #IvoryFree campaign built upon an existing WildAid campaign in Thailand, the Ivory-Free Business Leaders Pledge initiative in early 2017. The campaign aimed to deter consumers and potential consumers from buying ivory and to change the perception that ivory is a symbol of status, rare beauty, or used for superstitious beliefs. It also aimed to change social norms and reduce the social acceptability of ivory products.

I am #IvoryFree Thailand Campaign Report

Dec 16, 2021 · File

The I am #IvoryFree campaign addressed demand drivers for ivory based on USAID Wildlife Asia’s April 2017 report "What Drives Demand for Wildlife? A Situation ...

THAILAND MARKS NATIONAL WILDLIFE PROTECTION DAY: ‘I am #IvoryFree’ Campaign Attracts 15,000 Supporters, 87 Million Views

Jan 08, 2018 · News Item

BANGKOK, December 26, 2017 – Commemorating Thailand National Wildlife Protection Day today, the U.S Agency for International Development Wildlife Asia program ...

“I am #IvoryFree” Online Campaign

Sep 20, 2017 · News Item

The U.S. Agency for International Development Wildlife Asia (USAID Wildlife Asia) Activity and WildAid Thailand are launching an online campaign to help end ...