Gentle/Radical

Gentle/Radical is an artist-run socially engaged project, centering healing and social justice, decolonial practice, and non-extractivist engagement. How power works, how it’s historically been organized, and how we transform this – is the starting point for what we do. Intersectional and cross-disciplinary, we curate, collaborate and build projects via cultural praxis that seeks to make the marginal, our mainstream.

St Werburghs City Farm

St Werburghs City Farm is an inner-city oasis. Our vision is to inspire and support happy, healthy communities. With a 2 acre small-holding, community gardens, woodlands and allotments, we provide green sites accessible to all and targeted services that equip people with knowledge, skills and confidence. Just 1.5 miles from Bristol city centre, surrounded by […]

Belfast food Network

Here in Northern Ireland, despite an abundance of producers, distributors and suppliers, we suffer, like the rest of the UK and Ireland,from ever- increasing levels of food poverty, food waste and longer, less efficient supply chains. We seek to combat this state of affairs by promoting a greater profusion and diversity within the food industry, making use of, while not exploiting our resources.

ISOR

ISOR supports people who live ethnically or culturally nomadic lives in terms of security, liberty, expression and free movement. We unite around issues that affect all nomadic cultures. We seek the common ground that can be found through the experiences of cultural diversity. Sustainability is a fundamental concern for us.

Good Law Project

Good Law Project uses the law to fight for the voiceless. We use litigation to expose misconduct, to tackle abuses of wealth and power, and to protect those who can’t protect themselves. We enlist the best lawyers in the country in service of those who need them most.

Solidarity Apothecary

The mission of the Solidarity Apothecary is to materially support revolutionary struggles and communities with plant medicines to strengthen collective autonomy, self-defence and resilience to climate change, capitalism and state violence. It was started by Nicole Rose, an anarchist organiser and ex-prisoner dedicated to making herbalism radical and accessible.

Enough!

Enough! is a collective formed in response to social, economic and ecological crises within a Scottish context. Through framings of degrowth, decolonisation and deep adaption, we actively respond to emerging (and existing) crisis realities and make visible ideas which are explicitly challenging and exploring alternatives to capitalism. 

Sewing Café Lancaster

Run by Victoria Frausin, Sewing Café Lancaster is a grassroots project that advocates for an ethical textile industry and sustainable textile practices. We draw on ideas of conviviality in actualizing “the eight ‘Rs’” – revalue, reconceptualize, restructure, relocate, redistribute, reduce, reuse and recycle in relation to clothes and textile production and consumption.

West End Women and Girls Centre

We are the first and only open access, community based women and girls centre in Newcastle. We aim to build the power of women and girls, who have been, and continue to be disenfranchised. We seek to drive positive change in the world, our community and in women and girls’ lives.

Groundswell

Groundswell is undertaking research to understand the impacts of COVID-19 on the lives of people experiencing homelessness. The project aims to understand how COVID-19 and the response to it is affecting the lives of people who are homeless and include the voices of people experiencing homelessness in the national and local decision-making processes.

Grass Roots Remedies co-op

Grass Roots Remedies co-op works in areas of multiple deprivation in Edinburgh, some of the communities being hardest hit by covid-19. With our community herbal clinic now offering digital consultations only and all free community workshops cancelled during this time we are offering free herbal remedies, distributed alongside free food provision services.

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