Social Power Scotland: a new space for change-makers
We believe people power change, and that there is value in coming together to pool knowledge, ideas and resources. Our goal is to build our individual and collective power to drive social change.
To test this out, we are trailing a new network for change-makers in Scotland. We’d love you to join us.
Whatever level you’re at and wherever you are on your campaigning journey, we can help
Find out how we explored different perspectives on the same change or challenge through our Change Network events programme. You can listen to them via our Social Power podcast.
Become an Associate
We have an extensive network of Associates – leading campaigners, organisers and commentators. They support the delivery of our training and consultancy according to their specific skills.
Power Sharing Project
What would it look like if civil society in London was better at sharing power in pursuit of social change? Join our Community of Practice, sign up to the PSP e-news and help us find out.
Share your thoughts
Do you have something to share with other change-makers? Something you learned from success or failure? An emerging challenge we all face? An inspirational experience to share?
Together we can explore change
Read campaigners’ stories
Joeli founded Pregnant Then Screwed after a charity she was working for fired her the day after she told them she was pregnant. After experiencing this discrimination first hand she saw just how common it was, and Pregnant Then Screwed was born. Pregnant Then Screwed...
Lisa-Marie found political activism in her late 30's via Feminism which came into her life with a huge bang; making sense of everything and filling her with a desire to join the Women's Liberation Movement. Her eureka moment was a day spent at Conway Hall in London...
Sarah is the Events Officer at Hope for the Future, a national climate communication charity based in Sheffield. Hope for the Future supports constituents to meet with their local MP to have more meaningful and effective conversations about climate change. The...