We Can't Lose Leadmill
The Peace & Justice Project and Jeremy Corbyn have joined the campaign to save the iconic Sheffield Leadmill music venue.
Sign the official Save the Leadmill petition here.
Read more about our current work, organising three campaigns focusing on worker unionisation, public transport and setting up clothing banks
To get involved in this campaign email: email@example.com.
Public Ownership Now
Inflation is going up.
Wages are going down.
The cost of living crisis has laid bare the inequality and injustice of the broken system.
Billionaires and big business continue to increase their wealth at the expense of fair pay for workers, communities and the future of our planet.
All of this must change.
Use this form to write to your MP and and tell them we need an immediate wealth tax, with our energy, water, rail and mail in public hands to bring down bills and help us build a fairer society of peace, justice and shared wealth.
Peace & Justice Project Shop
Check out the Peace & Justice Project shop, in partnership with Philosophy Football, where you can purchase our branded merch and support our campaigns.
Right To Clothing
Clothing deprivation, as a result of poverty, is a large and growing problem in the UK and around the world. As politicians, media commentators and everyone else talks about the cost of living crisis in relation to food and heating, many often forget about another basic necessity: clothing. We're campaigning to change that and make sure everyone has access to high-quality, affordable clothes through the right to clothing.
Over 300,000 tonnes of clothing goes to landfill in the UK each year. We want to know what retailers are doing with their returned items and end of line stock, can you help us?
Use this tool below to send an email to fashion brands and clothing retailers and if you receive a response, please forward it over to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tell Liz Truss - no new anti-union laws
Its just been announced that Liz Truss will be the new prime minister.
We already know most of her policy agenda: tax-cuts for the rich and big business, more fossil fuels, limited support for the cost of living and doubling down on sending refugees fleeing violence to Rwanda.
As well as this, Liz Truss has advocated for even more restrictions on workers' right to strike and even more anti-trade union legislation.And even more restrictions on workers' right to strike - we can't let that happen! We’ve seen dozens of strikes over the summer as workers demanding better wages and conditions and from ScotRail drivers to Heinz factory workers we know there’s power in a union.
Use the tool below to write to your MP asking them to tell Liz Truss that we don't want more restrictions on the right to strike - and instead focus on supporting their constituents through the cost of living crisis.