Our graduates wage important, successful campaigns, testify before Parliament, appear in the national and international press, organise demonstrations, get elected to local government, and change laws.

We do this work because we’ve found that today it’s far too hard for ordinary people, especially those in marginalised communities, to challenge those in power. Because of this, injustices persist and millions of people do not live happy, safe and fulfilled lives.

All our work is centered on achieving our mission and vision:

Our vision is a world in which people impacted by injustice have the tools and skills they need to end it.

Our mission is to support people to run effective campaigns that challenge injustice

Our programmes are designed to be accessible to anyone who wants to make change happen. If you want to learn how to run powerful campaigns you can read about our campaigns trainings and apply here. You can also check out our range of stories, free resources, and our blog about our programmes and what our graduates get up to outside of camp.

Our trainings are diverse and powerful, last year 66% of recent graduates were women; 51% came from Black, Asian and Minority ethnic backgrounds; 39% identified as working class; and 30% identified as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Queer.

We can only do the work we do because of generous donations from people like you. If you’d like to support people most impacted by injustice to run powerful campaigns please donate today.

What is Campaign Bootcamp?

None of this would have been possible without the financial and logistical support from our wonderful supporters: