International Indigenous Youth Council
The International Indigenous Youth Council is a grassroots organisation that empowers and mobilises Indigenous youth to protect and advocate for their communities, lands, and cultures through activism and leadership development.
Seeding Sovereignty is a non-profit organisation that advocates for Indigenous sovereignty and rights, environmental justice, and gender equity through community-based education, outreach, and action.
Precious Plastic has combined people, machines, platforms, and knowledge to create an alternative global recycling system. It has so far recruited over 80,000 people who share the same passion and vision for a world with less plastic waste.
PANGEA is a global brand and ecological movement that cleans the world through clean-ups, waste management, and preventing new trash creation.
The Million Mile Clean
Started by Surfer Against Sewage, The Million Mile Clean is a campaign hoping to inspire 100,000 volunteers to walk 10 miles throughout the year, picking up litter as they go.
The Accessible Icon Project
Starting in 2010, the project is a globally successful work of design activism. The movement began collecting examples of public wheelchair-accessible icons that had more integrity behind their designs than typical iconography.
Inspiring millions of young people to make positive change online and in the real world, DoSomething.org gives youth led campaigns the platform to make an impact at the highest level.
Zero Hour's founder, 16-year-old Jamie Margolin created a global movement to ensure young people's voices are heard when it comes to climate change reform. And today, youth voices are louder than ever.
March For Our Lives
In 2018, an 18-year-old Emma Gonzalez stepped up to ignite a global conversation about gun violence. In front of 20,000 she gave a speech the world will never forget.
The Pink Protest
The Pink Protest is leading the UK #FreePeriods movement online and in the streets. Their Insta series 'On Wednesdays We Wear Pink' provides action points for people to follow.
The Advocacy Academy
The Advocacy Academy in South London, tackles racial profiling head on and aims to bring young people together through social justice. Academy students often address parliament.
It’s On Us
It's On Us means what it says in the name. It's a rallying cry for people to prevent domestic violence, sexual assault, and to create a culture of consent.
All Out is helping to mobilise big rallies and LGBTQ+ activist demonstrations. Determined to spread love and equality, All Out gives anyone the tools to start petitions.