Tenants Union is a network of powerful local branches where tenants have the knowledge and power to tackle housing issues in their local area. Our network centres around Greater Manchester, and over the coming months we will be combining our local branches to form Greater Manchester Tenants Union.
We are a collective of medical herbalist, growers, local residents and volunteers who cultivate a network of herb gardens in the London borough of Waltham Forest and offer training in herbalism and horticulture with the aim of building circles of communal knowledge and resource sharing.
The London Renters' Union is a member-led, campaigning union. We take action with our members to win better housing conditions in the here and now as well as organsing to transform the housing system so that it serves people instead of profit.
Behind Locked Gates is an inside view of the impact COVID 19 has had within Traveller families and communities. The film explores the hopes, insights, struggles and resilience of individual Travellers, whilst highlighting specific issues connected to daily routines; mental health issues; child care & education; food scarcity and growing; work and livelihoods; post-growth and […]
Fuel Poverty Action confronts the climate and cost of living catastrophes as one fossil-fuelled crisis. We support residents fighting for safe, non-flammable insulation; warm secure housing; reliable, affordable communal heating systems; windfall taxes on energy corporation profits; and fair energy pricing. Born 2011, we’re a small but growing grassroots group.
The Shieling Project is a social enterprise and community-based off-grid education centre in Glenstrathfarrar, near Beauly in the Scottish Highlands. We use the story of the ‘shieling’ (àirigh in Scottish Gaelic) as a route into place-based learning about crofting, horticulture, green building, food growing and cooking, renewable technologies, traditional skills, crafts and culture. The idea is simple: to explore the landscape’s past to help build a more sustainable, resilient future.
Jonnet Middleton (PhD) is a feminist artist-researcher and degrower who lives in/as performative experiment, a job she calls ontowork. She makes everyday rearrangements to self and lifeworld - unlocking, undoing, resisting, rewiring, shedding, holding on. She also works on infrastructuring in marginal communities in Havana, Cuba, where she previously lived.
The cookie settings on this website are set to "allow cookies" to give you the best browsing experience possible. If you continue to use this website without changing your cookie settings or you click "Accept" below then you are consenting to this.