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Fossil Free Campaigns Manager

Fossil Free Campaigns Manager

Baseline salary as of March 2024 is £42,248 pro rata (£33,791 at 4 days a week) and is subject to Platform’s Socially Just Waging System. Working alongside three Fossil Free Campaigners at Platform – and partners at Friends of the Earth Scotland – you will build on the strengths and learnings of past years to lead on strategic development.Closing Date: 16 July 2024. Apply here > 
The Climate Changemaker Playbook

The Climate Changemaker Playbook

The Climate Changemaker Playbook is a collection of strategies and tactics for how to move people from caring to acting. With a foreword by Christiana Figueres and case studies of five leading social entrepreneurs who have been activating others around the world, this playbook is for anyone who has wondered, 'how do I get the people around me to act?'Download here >
Uber Drivers, Yaseem Aslam

Uber Drivers, Yaseem Aslam

Yaseen Aslam is a great example of a 'lived experience' campaigner. This episode from the 100 Campaigns that Changed the World podcast series is his story and other fellow Uber drivers who campaigned to ensure that the company treats its drivers as 'workers', which would entitle them to more rights than independent contractors. Their campaigning led to the Supreme Court ruling in their favour.Listen here > 
Creative climate action for cultural and social change

Creative climate action for cultural and social change

In this blog, Maya Mailer, Co-Founder of Mothers Rise Up, writes about the creative stunts and tactics they use in their campaigning to raise awareness of the effects of climate change. This small, grassroots deploys art, creativity, and humour in everything they do and mobilise parent power with creative actions to pressure governments and corporations to act.Read Maya's blog here > 
Thoughts on how social change happens: How to map a movement

Thoughts on how social change happens: How to map a movement

In this article, SMK Associate and campaigner, Natasha Adams, shares insights into how to map a movement from her own experience. Natasha has developed and led courses on the subject for Ulex, SMK, and others, including the UK climate, women's and youth movements.Read full article here >
Mapping the UK women’s movement

Mapping the UK women’s movement

SMK Associate Natasha Adams reports on her recent work to map the women’s movement from her Thinking Doing Changing hub. This research has really stood out, with interesting recommendations for funders and all social actors alike. Just in time for International Women's Day too!Read in full here > 
The Shoulders We Stand On

The Shoulders We Stand On

The forgotten history of the UK’s anti-racist campaigners are finally brought to life in this comprehensive account of modern British history. Preeti Dhillon tells the stories of ten remarkable movements, campaigns and organisations led by Black and Brown people from the sixties to the eighties, who fought against racism and capitalism, and impacted the way we live now.Find our more here > 
Can Art Save Us?

Can Art Save Us?

In this podcast series, Paula Moore interviews diverse and, award-winning, international artists. She talks about their lives and work, exploring how the arts have a critical role in social cohesion, reducing loneliness, good mental health, peace-keeping, and equality.Listen here >