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Plastics are on the government agenda

This month the Government announced that it would create a £61.4 million fund to tackle the rise of plastic pollution in the world’s oceans. The fund is split between research and action to curb plastic pollution in developing countries to improving waste management...

We’re hiring for a Head of Operations!

We’re looking for a Head of Operations to help us make The Social Change Agency even more awesome! Head of Operations The Social Change Agency is the UK’s leading movement building agency. We combine consultancy, innovation, events, research and training to create...

“The future of humanity now depends on us”

This month we’re going to take a look at some of the awesome campaigns that make up the environmental movement. The environmental movement is as diverse as the people that participate in it. Spanning globally, activists campaign for cleaner air, cleaner seas,...

A Lost Voices interview with: Safe Passage

At the launch of our Lost Voices report we met some incredible organisations interrogating their digital campaigning practices to better include the voices of lived experience. One of these organisations was Safe Passage. Safe Passage help unaccompanied child refugees...

We’re Unlocking Networks

If this is the first time you’re hearing about the Unlocking Networks project then we highly recommend you to visit www.unlockingnetworks.com and find out more about it. In 2016 Unlocking Networks began as a hub for social movement-makers, community managers and local...

The migration movement: a funder’s perspective

The migrant and refugee sector is increasingly reliant on funding from a number of avenues. Whether its foundations, crowdfunders or government grants, money is raised so that these organisations can offer the best support to people who have migrated or those seeking...

A crowdfunding masterclass with Help Refugees

In times of crisis, often the last thing on your mind is sitting down to write an arduous grant application. It’s also true that in times of crisis, people are desperate to help, but often they don’t know how. In the ‘refugee crisis’, in which more than one million...