SMK Campaigner Survey: what was 2023 like for YOU?
Now in its eighth year, this annual survey has become a crucial resource in guiding our work, understanding the experiences of people involved in social change, determining where challenges and opportunities lie and how we can better support you.
With a general election looming, it’s never been more relevant to know what your fellow campaigners are up to. We want to hear from you!
Whatever level you’re at and wherever you are on your campaigning journey, we can help
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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?
What is the context for civil society today?
Civil society today is working in an extremely tough environment but there are also some positives. To navigate the challenges and build on the positive drivers, civil society needs to be firing on all cylinders. Working at its absolute best. But it isn’t, for a range of reasons.
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...