Mayday Trust

Mayday Trust is a forward-thinking organisation working alongside people going through some of the toughest life transitions,  including people experiencing homelessness, leaving care, coming out of prison, or experiencing emotional distress.

Capturing the voices of people experiencing homelessness:
The incredibly talented spoken word artist, Joe Cook, produced a poem based on time spent with the Mayday PTS team in Oxford and how he feels about the homelessness system:

Mobilisation Lab

MobLab equips advocacy campaigners and their organisations to win in the networked age with transformative, participatory and creative approaches to social change.

A Campaign Canvas that can be used to help you shape your own campaign:


NEON is a network of over 650 UK organisers from different trade unions, grassroots groups, non-governmental organisations (NGOs), faith-based campaigns, political parties, civil society groups and movements from across the country. We run powerful trainings and support campaigns to help progressives win social, economic and environmental justice. NEON builds the power of movements for social and economic justice.

A report on the story of the economy in Britain and how to frame it when discussing it:

Realising Just Cities

Realising Just Cities is a programme of research and action hosted at the University of Sheffield -- a partnership between scholars, activists, policy-makers, social enterprises and community organisations aimed at supporting progressive social, economic and environmental change in the North of England. The programme comprises over 15 action research projects, designed and delivered with partner organisations across the Greater Manchester and Sheffield city-regions. Realising Just Cities is also part of an international network of cities for change in Sweden, Kenya and South Africa within the Mistra Urban Futures centre (2010-2019).

Booklet on informal ways to participate in politics:


RECLAIM exists to end the leadership inequality that prevents working-class young people with talent, imagination, ambition and drive, from fulfilling their leadership potential. We support young people who refuse to be silent: who fight for their voices to be heard.

Disruptive Leaders (2015) #DisruptiveLeaders Leadership inequality in the UK is undeniably striking. The Sutton Trust reported that of the 28 ministers attending David Cameron’s new cabinet, 50% went to Oxbridge (The Sutton Trust, 2015). How can we ensure we have more working class leaders who are proud of their background? Ones who will go on to help other working class young people become great leaders too? RECLAIM b