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Build your movement to change the world

From the anti-plastics movement to Black Lives Matter, how do movement builders get hundreds or thousands of individuals and organisations to create, speak and act together? Come along to our movement building canvas workshop in London on the 12th of September to...

Launch22 – Thanks and Goodbye

We’re moving offices! The Social Change Agency has grown and our team needs the space to keep up its amazing work. We want to say a huge thank you to Launch22 who have hosted us in their brilliant co-working space in Kings Cross over the past 6 months. With their...

Decentralised Organising: More Collaboration, Less Hierarchy

From organisational governance to mobilising and sustaining grassroots movements, what is decentralised organising and how can this approach facilitate collective but efficient decision-making without management hierarchy? Decentralised organising isn’t just about...

An Interview With Brixton Pound

This month at The Social Change Agency we have been looking at the different people working on economic justice. The Brixton Pound (B£) is an amazing organisation helping to build this movement up. If you've ever been to Brixton market, you'll have seen their jazzy...

When Trump Comes to Town

The 45th President has certainly chosen an eventful week to arrive in the UK. If you want avoid the football sadness and volcano erupting at Westminster, we have made a list of protests happening in London on Friday that you can get involved with. What’s great about...

Moving Towards Economic Justice

For a number of decades, wealth has been rising across the UK, improving living standards and quality of life. However, the gap between the rich and the poor has been widening at an increasing rate. In the advent of the financial crisis in 2007, the top 1% of society...

ACORN: growing a mighty oak in Bristol

ACORN, the union for private renters, is making anyone involved in Bristol’s housing provision sit up and think. ACORN are not an advocacy group or campaign organisation, although they share many characteristics in common. National Organiser Nick Ballard describes...

7 top tips from Help Refugees to a create successful movement

In the summer of 2015, a group of four friends in London decided they wanted to do something to alleviate the worsening situation for refugees in Europe. They started a crowdfunding campaign, with the aim of raising £1,000 and filling a van with donations to take...