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Mental Health and Madness

I’ve been thinking a lot about mental health recently. One of the groups of people we prioritise in our Everyday Activism local training programme are those with lived experience of mental health.

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Bootcampers Resist Trump

Last week, Trump visited the UK for the first time since becoming President. The diversity of actions Bootcamp graduates were involved in was incredible, so I caught up with some of them...

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Scholarship for Policing and Criminal Justice Campaigners

Bootcampers voted to create a new scholarship for campaigners working on issues of policing and criminal justice.

Graduate Story :

Christine Hyde

Christine is an activist from West Yorkshire who campaigns to protect the NHS. She started campaigning at the age of 59, after an enlightening chat with her elderly mother.

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James Hiwatari

James is a trans LGBTQ+ rights activist from Brazil, now based in Glasgow. He campaigns with the Equality Network and Scottish Trans Alliance and is fighting for Equal Recognition for trans people.

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Applications for Bootcamp 14 are now open!

We’ve just opened applications for our final Bootcamp training of the year! 

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What’s a Bootcamp like? Our curriculum and training style

A lot of applicants contact us ahead of Bootcamp to ask what our training is like, so here's a guide to our curriculum and training style - and how and why we do it!

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How to Write a Great Application for Campaign Bootcamp

Learn how to write a great application for a place on Bootcamp

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Scholarship Spotlight: Greenpeace Scholarship for Environmental Campaigners

Greenpeace will be funding scholarships for grassroots campaigners working on any environmental issue, and you can apply for one now!

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Scholarship Spotlight: Scholarships for Campaigners of Colour

We want to redress the imbalance society systematically imposes on those from marginalised backgrounds

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Scholarship Spotlight: The Paul Hamlyn Scholarship for Migrants, Asylum Seekers and Refugees

Scholarships funded by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation mean that migrants campaigning on any issue will be able to access Campaign Bootcamp's final residential training of this year!

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Scholarship Spotlight: The Clean Air Scholarship

In exciting news, the European Climate Foundation are supporting several scholarships for activists working on clean air around the UK!

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Scholarship Spotlight: The Jo Cox Memorial Scholarship

The Jo Cox Memorial Scholarship can cover the costs for women to access Campaign Bootcamp’s residential training. This is a trans-inclusive scholarship. You can apply for one now!

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Scholarship Spotlight: Susan Cook Scholarship for Disabled Activists

Campaign Bootcamp are thrilled to partner with a graduate of our first Bootcamp, Susan Cook, and the John Ellerman Foundation to expand and relaunch the Susan Cook Scholarship for Disabled Activists.

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Ade and The Grapevine

The Grapevine, a YouTube channel that platforms black millennials, came across the pond to do an episode here in the UK - and Bootcamp graduate Ade Lamuye took part!

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