Graduate Story :

Sara Chitseko

Sara came to Bootcamp to find support in launching the campaign, 4MATION, which aims to create solutions and demand urgent action to address violence in the UK.

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Assistive Technology and Disability Campaigning

Bootcamp graduate Kush was recently named one of the most influential BAME people in tech in the UK. We spoke to him about the future of Assistive Technology and campaigning for disability rights.

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Top Social Media Trends for 2019

Bootcamp graduate Amy uses her knowledge from working with digital-savvy organisations like 38 Degrees to talk about the top social media trends of 2019.

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Jessica Donohoe

Jess is a disability rights advocate who discovered new ways to get her message across at Bootcamp.

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Mohaned Elnour

Mohaned is a lawyer from Sudan, who seeked asylum in the UK a few months before applying for Campaign Bootcamp. He came to learn more about campaigning for asylum seeker rights.

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Tips and Tricks for Participatory and Empowering Facilitation

Bootcamp Lead Trainer Nim Ralph has helped create a wonderful toolkit for facilitators as part of their work with Transgender Europe.

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(You Gotta) Fight for the Right (To Podcast)

This month I messaged the Campaign Bootcamp team and asked them to recommend their favourite podcasts. From economics to self-care, here’s a rundown of a handful of our picks.

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Everyday Activism 2018 Roundup

Since 2015, Everyday Activism has provided training for more than 400 people in Yorkshire and supported some really exciting community groups and campaigns.

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Survivor Activism: BME Survivors Build Campaign Coalition in Response to Funding Cuts

Fundraising is something we tend to do as sole campaigners or charities, but in an unusual move, five groups came together to raise funds for BME women's services in the UK last month.

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What’s it like to get a place on Bootcamp

Mohaned is a lawyer from Sudan, who seeked asylum in the UK a few months before applying for Campaign Bootcamp. We talk to him about his experience applying for Bootcamp.

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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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6 reasons you should apply for Campaign Bootcamp

Bootcamp is the week-long, intensive residential training you need to run thoughtful and strategic powerful campaigns.

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Bootcamp grads stage theatrical protest in solidarity with Iraq

Bootcamp grads Ibtehal and Sophie staged a theatrical protest at British Museum last month, calling attention to the museum's links to oil and gas company BP and the effects of oil extraction in Iraq.

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New campaign mapping gender-neutral loos!

“We all lose when transphobia is allowed to foment” says Cara English at Gendered Intelligence's Conference.

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Award nominations in Scotland and France!

Two bootcampers were recognised for their very different campaigns with nominations and medals this month; Maryan campaigns for mortuaries and bereavement, Maria is an LGBTQ+ human rights defender.

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