Following on from the success of the film Blood Lions™ in association with the Marching Animal Welfare trust, Wildlands Conservation Trust and Regulus Vision launched a new youth forced element to their campaign called YouthForLions 1st September 2016.
YouthForLions is a global movement aimed at informing and engaging the worlds youth around the realities of volunteering, cub petting, walking with lions and other forms of animal interaction, and their contribution to canned hunting. Our focus is creating awareness through school and university screenings.
For more information, please visit YouthForLions campaign site: http://www.bloodlions.org/youth-for-lions/
Beth has written a blog about her time volunteering on a lion farm http://claws-out.com/.
How to Get Involved
Here are a few #GetInvolved actions points to get you started:
1. Join our various social media pages:
3. Visit YouthForLions campaign website to see how you can help with hosting a screening, a presentation and more: http://www.bloodlions.org/youth-for-lions/
4. Join the YouthForLions pledge:
Download the YouthForLions Pledge,
Please e-mail it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
5. Access YouthForLions YouTube channel with short clips on the different aspects of the campaign that you may use to create awareness about canned hunting. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaTUI9LSR_6KVfKyBZlDcdg
For more information please contact Amy Webster, YouthForLions Campaign Driver at email@example.com
Born to Live Wild Campaign:
YouthForLions invite all tourism operators to join them in committing to take the pledge to end the breeding, canned hunting and commercial exploitation of lions.
Access more information at
Printable posters – to help spread awareness about the film or to advertise a screening, two options are available:
OBECA supports the Blood Lions organization's YouthForLions campaign to raise awareness about the canned lion hunting industry and the exploitative breeding of lions across South Africa.
Blood Lions™ is an award-winning South African documentary which sheds light on the South African predator breeding, canned hunting and lion bone trade industries.
You can access all information about the organization and its campaign at http://www.bloodlions.org
2. Download the YouthForLions toolkit to help get the message out and get you friends and family involved too.
PowerPoint presentation - to share with friends, family and fellow students. This link leads you to a PDF of the presentation.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to request the power point with support notes.