International Shark and Species Conservation Organization

SHARKPROJECT

Respect, Love, Save — Sharks
Our ultimate goal and vision: intact shark populations worldwide

We want to achieve our vision through three missions: Protection, Education and Cooperation

In our mission statement we have set out our vision, mission, values and code of conduct. Under the three missions, we describe our activities, which we all carry out on a voluntary basis with a lot of commitment and passion for the protection of sharks.

Sharkproject is actively represented in many countries through ambassadors in Angola, Mexico, Slovakia and the Czech Republic. Europe is represented by the three country associations Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. Sharkproject International as an umbrella organization is made up of the country representatives, members, as well as Staff International Cooperation and the Presidium.

All projects and campaigns are coordinated and decided upon by the international board of directors, so that a worldwide, uniform appearance is guaranteed. We are one Sharkproject.

International Cooperation as a staff networks with other organizations and governments and represents Sharkproject at congresses such as IUCN. We work with many partners to give weight to campaigns and projects. Because the more numerous we are, the stronger we are in shark conservation!

We can't do all this without you, either! No matter in which way you support or will support us, we thank you for your trust in our work.

 

Overview

PROTECTION

Promote scientific research, projects and initiatives that support the conservation of sharks and its habitat, financially, organisationally and ideally.

EDUCATION

We inform and train, educate about the importance of sharks, give recommendations for action and rules of conduct.

COOPERATION

We initiate and implement measures with other NGOs to protect the shark and its habitat.

News

Beach Cleaning Actions in Egypt

Beach Cleaning Actions in Wadi Gemal National Park

IOTC 2022

26th Session of the Indian Ocean Tuna Commission does not achieve improvements for either sharks nor tuna

Shark research in South Africa

MSC & the Blue Label

"Last Call" or the last chance for the Marine Stewardship Council & the Blue Label!

Shark Guardian 2022

Sharkproject honors Mexican researcher Edgar Mauricio Hoyos Padilla as “Shark Guardian”

The 27th Session of the Commission of ICCAT is over!

What has been achieved in respect to shark conservation in the Atlantic? Which important improvements have failed again?

Comment on ICCAT meeting for Makosharks

Intersessional Meeting once again failed to agree on a retention ban for shortfin mako sharks but still claims to make progress