Anne Frank Trust UK
Draws upon the life story of Anne Frank to help teach and promote tolerance in the UK today. Includes information on educational resources, community initiatives and exhibitions.
Campaign for Adventure
Promotes a healthy spirit of adventure and campaigns against the tendency, particularly of government, to encourage people to avoid all risks. Includes campaign highlights, news and ambitions.
Carnegie UK Trust
Supports investigations into major issues which are impacting upon the lives of people.
The Census Campaign
Campaign run by the Humanist Association urging people of no faith to tick the "no religion" box on the 2011 census, arguing that the phrasing of the question leads to an artificially high figure of Christians in the UK being reported.
Clinic for Boundaries Studies
Provides support services for people who feel they have been harmed by a professional in a position of trust - this might be through inappropriate sexual behaviour, confidentiality breach, financial exploitation or any other breach of professional boundaries.
Count Me Out
Opposes the arms company Lockheed Martin’s involvement in the 2011 census. Includes resources and information on how to get involved with the campaign.
A unique Welsh charity committed to supporting people faced with inequality and discrimination because of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex and sexual orientation.
Equality Advisory & Support Service
An official body with key responsibilities in providing advice and guidance on rights, responsibilities and good practice, based on equality law and human rights, in particular to protect, enforce and promote equality across the nine "protected" grounds - age, disability, gender, race, religion and belief, pregnancy and maternity, marriage and civil partnership, sexual orientation and gender reassignment.
Campaigns against the involvement in the 2011 Scottish census of CACI Ltd, a US defence contractor implicated in unethical interrogation techniques in Abu Ghraib.
Campaigns to convince the Government to stop over taxing fuel for the UK motorist and road freight industry and to help the economy.
I Value The Arts
A public engagement campaign to protect and preserve community arts led by The National Campaign for the Arts; includes campaign materials, petition, news, and contacts.
Part of the World Kindness Movement; includes information on success stories and on the work of this organisation.
Leap - Confronting Conflict
Promote understanding of the causes and consequences of youth conflict and aims to prevent conflict escalating into violence. Includes case studies and details of regional centres.
The Libel Reform Campaign
A campaign to reform the libel laws of England and Wales. Includes a report assessing the impact of English libel law on freedom of expression in the UK and internationally, a petition, news, and a portfolio of significant legal cases.
National network to support students, student groups and young people committed to furthering the ideas of liberty.
Noise Abatement Society
Details about the campaigns of this anti-noise advocacy organisation, with featured articles and allows the submission of complaints for action.
Noise Action Week
An organisation which promotes practical solutions to everyday noise problems; includes downloadable resources and events.
Not Buying It
Group that raises awareness of the harm of the porn and sex trade and campaigns for change.
Campaigns for the radical reform or abolishment of public services and local government ombudsmen.
Promotes and protects the equal rights of men and women to the enjoyment of all civil, political, economic social and cultural rights under the law.
People and Planet
Student network campaigning to end world poverty, defend human rights and protect the environment.
Undertakes small, focused campaigns to counteract a drip-drip of sexism from the media and companies marketing to young girls. Includes articles on positive role models and news of successful campaign results so far.
Right to Work
Aims to unite those in and out or work, students and pensioners and all those reliant on the NHS, state schools and care to build resistance to government austerity programmes.
Provides access to up to date welfare rights and social welfare law information.
A collaboration of individuals and organisations that share a deep concern about the profound erosion of childhood. Brings together projects and research to try to actively bring about a positive change.
Comprehensive database of contacts and informative sites about current issues and activism.
Scientists for Global Responsibility
A membership organisation of scientists, engineers, IT professionals, and architects formed to promote science and technology that contributes to peace, social justice, and environmental sustainability. Includes details of projects and issues, events, publications, and news.
Speakers Corner Trust
A registered charity which promotes free expression, public debate and active citizenship.
Spies at Work
Dedicated to resources, including links to websites, about the history of employment blacklisting, particularly, but not exclusively the activities of the Economic League in the UK.
Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Foundation for Peace
Created in memory of two children killed in the IRA's 1993 bombing of Warrington; describes their work in support of non-violent conflict resolution, with resources and publications, news, and contacts.
Details the campaign which works with the tourism industry and communities in destination countries to reduce social and environmental problems connected to tourism.
University of Glasgow research project which aims to produce an evidence-based picture of the contemporary global trade in looted cultural objects.
UK Chagos Support Association
Works to draw attention to the plight of the indigenous inhabitants of the Chagos Islands, forcibly expelled to make way for military bases. Includes news and a history of the situation.
Youth Fight for Jobs – Youth Fight Austerity
Campaign established in 2009 in response to the dramatic effect of the economic crisis and government cuts on young people. Since then, the organisation has continued to fight for a decent future for the 99%.