Dalia found out about Bootcamp through her work at the Refugee and Migrant Centre in Wolverhampton, where she volunteers with refugees, migrants and asylum-seekers.Read Full Story
Dalia found out about Bootcamp through her work at the Refugee and Migrant Centre in Wolverhampton, where she volunteers with refugees, migrants and asylum-seekers.
Samia is an environmentalist living in East London; she's used the skills she learnt at Bootcamp to create an online presence for her new campaign, Our Air Our Health.
Shaun is a health activist living in Glasgow; since Bootcamp they've become interested in training and have returned to facilitate on Bootcamp 9 and assist with Selection for Bootcamp 11.
Rachael is based in Manchester and works for Reclaim, an organisation supporting young people from working class backgrounds to develop their activism skills and become leaders of social change.
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.
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.
Angela campaigns for cleaner air in London. She got into campaigning because she has two young children and was concerned about what emissions from asphalt in her local area will do to their health.
Jake is an activist from Brighton who has been involved in a range of campaigns, from housing and renters rights activism to campaigning for Palestinian solidarity.
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.
Jess is a disability rights advocate who discovered new ways to get her message across at Bootcamp.
Sara came to Bootcamp to find support in launching her campaign, 4MATION, which aims to create solutions and demand urgent action to address violence in the UK.
Clarissa came to Bootcamp after hearing about it through their work with Children's Investment Fund Foundation (CIFF).
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