Across our network thousands of people are taking direct and practical action to overcome social and environmental injustice. From forming a food bank to fighting for fair and affordable housing, people are using their community organising training and practice to ensure everyone is listened to and people are building collective power to take action on the issues that matter to them.
As well as taking action locally, we are convening national action on issues that emerge from listening within our network.

Three Pillars of Community Organising

Good community organising practice is built upon high quality training, experienced mentoring and support and, of course, putting the learning in to practice.
That's why our core work at Community Organisers is built around 'Training', 'Support' and 'Action'.

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