10.0505 Community & Society Campaigns & Organisations

WaterAid

Description

An international NGO dedicated exclusively to the provision of safe domestic water, sanitation and hygiene education to the world's poorest people.

Location

47-49 Durham Street, Vauxhall,
London SE11 5JD
United Kingdom

Zilch UK

Description

Zilch, standing for Zero Instances of Litter Can Happen, is the national network of individuals in the UK working to eliminate littering.

The organisation exists to agitate and motivate each other and those in positions of power and influence to do more to bring about a change in behaviour that will reduce the financial and environmental costs of individuals inappropriately discarding the by products of their activities.

Our remit includes tackling everything from gum-spits to fly-tips and balloon releases. Read more »

Location

United Kingdom

Stop The Traffik

Description

People Trafficking (buying and selling people) is the world’s fastest growing illegal trade and the second largest after arms and above drugs. People are trafficked across borders at the rate of one every minute of every day and they are sons, daughters, mothers; taken from homes for exploitation. Stop The Traffik is a global coalition of over 800 organisations, communities & individuals raising awareness about trafficking and taking practical action through a global declaration, media, events, celebrities & projects around the world.

Location

First Floor Millbank Tower,
21-24 Millbank,
London SW1P 4QP
United Kingdom

Jubilee Debt Campaign

Description

JDC is the UK’s campaigning successor to Jubilee 2000 and Drop the Debt. The vision of the Jubilee Debt Campaign is a world in which the people of the poorest countries are liberated from the crushing burden of debt, and in which the future financial arrangements between rich and poor nations are founded on fairness, accountability and transparency.

Jubilee Debt Campaign is a company limited by guarantee no. 3201959 and a registered charity no. 1055675.

Location

The Grayston Centre, 28 Charles Square,
London N1 6HT
United Kingdom

Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful

Description

Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful (formerly TIDY Northern Ireland) is an environmental charity working towards the vision of a beautiful Northern Ireland by inspiring people to take responsibility for creating cleaner, greener and more sustainable communities. Read more »

Location

Bridge House,
Paulett Avenue,
Belfast BT5 4HD
United Kingdom

Rural Environmental Action Project (REAP)

Description

REAP promotes sustainable development by supporting local enterprise, environmental action, and supporting communities to identify their own needs and build the capacity to meet them. Broadly speaking REAP’s three core activities are:

  • Promoting and supporting equitable economic solutions
  • Promoting community cohesion to ensure a capacity to meet identified needs
  • Raising environmental awareness and promoting action to enhance our shared environment.
Read more »

Location

177 Mid Street,
Keith AB55 5BL
United Kingdom

London Remade

Description

London Remade was originally formed in 2001 to address the overwhelming problem of London’s waste. Over the following years the business grew into a popular and successful recycling consultancy. In 2010 the consultancy side of the business was sold. Out of this sale the current London Remade was born, and began to concentrate on the wider problems facing London as a whole, not just waste and recycling.

Since then, London Remade has had an increasing online presence, investigating specific issues and inspiring debate on them.

Green Alliance

Description

Independent charity promoting sustainable development by ensuring that the environment is at the heart of decision-making. Works with senior people in government, Parliament, business and the environmental movement to encourage new ideas, dialogue and constructive solutions. Its work is both part of a planned agenda and a reaction to issues.

Location

36 Buckingham Palace Road,
London SW1W 0RE
United Kingdom
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