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!
SMK policy and research reports
Defending our Democratic Space
This report documents the problem, asks why it is happening, and shares strategies we can use to counter the threats.
Speak up, we need you!
Why are charity CEOs relatively under-represented in the national conversation? This report offers perspectives, raises questions, and offers challenges to charity leaders.
It’s all about power
The Power Project calls for a new way of thinking about power, and action to build solidarity in social change. This is a guide to thinking differently about power for solidarity in social change.
The Chilling Reality Report
Is the Lobbying Act affecting civil society’s ability to campaign? The evidence says ‘yes’.
The Social Power Report
How civil society can unleash ‘Social Power’ by being bolder and braver, and new tools to help you think differently.
SMK Campaigner Survey results
Latest blogs and articles
Today (Wednesday 21 Feb 2024) the British Government will attempt to remove a legal defence used by campaigners facing juries for their actions during protests. The Attorney General has applied to the Court of Appeal to remove the ‘belief in consent’ defence, which...
Last Thursday at The Conduit, alongside campaigners, legal professionals and journalists, I attended Link for Change’s Social Change in 2024 panel. Here’s what I heard. An experienced panel, chaired by Kat Sladden from Breakthrough, saw housing campaigner Kwajo...
With the next election on the horizon, it’s time to think about the distinctions emerging from this year’s party conferences. The 2023 gatherings of party loyalists, civil society, big business, and everyone in between are likely to be the last before the election,...