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What does feminism mean to you in 2019?

Bootcamp graduate and Sisters Uncut organiser Angelica explores what it means to be a feminist in 2019.

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Bootcamp Grad Wins Digital Campaigner of the Year Award

Bootcamp grad Katy recently won Digital Campaigner of the Year at the UK Parliament Awards. We spoke to her about the event and the We Care Campaign.

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Deadline to apply to Campaign Bootcamp extended

We've extended the deadline to apply to our second campaigning training of the year to 9am on Tuesday 30th April.

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Support a Survivor Activist to Attend Bootcamp

On 19th May I am running the Hackney Half Marathon in aid of Campaign Bootcamp.

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1,500 & Counting Are Seeking Screening Opportunities

Siana Bangura and Troy James Aidoo came together to make '1,500 and Counting', a documentary investigating the relatively untold story of police brutality in the UK.

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How to Recruit for Diversity

Sophie Yates Lu talks about Campaign Bootcamp's approach to recruiting participants, how they go about being as inclusive and accessible as possible, and gives her top tips.

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10 Places to find Campaigning and Activism Books in the UK

Independent bookshops often support us in our creativity and community building; they offer a place for folks to convene in ways that the internet does not.

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Bootcamp Graduates Celebrate International Women’s Day 2019

People around the world celebrated International Women’s Day this month, and we wanted to share what some of our Bootcamp community have been up to!

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Scholarship Spotlight: Scholarships for BAME/POC Campaigners Outside of London

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 residential training!

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Applications for Bootcamp 16 are now open!

We're excited to announce that applications for our Summer 2019 residential training are now open!

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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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Scholarship Spotlight: Scholarship for Policing and Criminal Justice Campaigners

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

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Scholarship Spotlight: LGBTQ+ Scholarship

LGBTQ+ activists assemble! We have just introduced brand new scholarships for our next Campaign Bootcamp residential training, and we couldn't be more excited!

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Scholarship Spotlight: Housing and Art for Social Change Activists

The Bertha Foundation for Housing and Art for Social Change Activists are funding scholarship places. You can apply now!

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