More grassroots activists than ever before!

Campaign Bootcamp 8 took place between Sunday 2nd October until Friday 7th October this year.

This cohort was particularly special as we were able to offer more scholarships to grassroots campaigners than ever before.

In response to the rise of racist hate crime since the referendum, we managed to secure a fantastic eight scholarships for those tackling racism and/or xenophobia in their campaign work - you can see who received these scholarships below.

We were also able to offer scholarships to campaigners tackling poverty and inequality in London, disabled campaigners, campaigners of colour, environmental campaigners, Syrian/Lebanese/Palestinian campaigners, campaigners challenging corporate power and campaigners working in development in France or Germany.

Meet the passionate activists who will made the cohort below! I'm so happy these folks have joined our community.

The next Campaign Bootcamp will take place in spring 2017 - join our mailing list to find out when applications open!

Tamara-Jade, Community and Training Coordinator

 

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The Bootcampers

The Facilitators

This is a group of people made up of Campaign Bootcamp staff and campaigners in our community who facilitate the week's training. They support Bootcamp's external trainers in delivering sessions and take on a pastoral role during the week.

The Trainers

These are external trainers who come from a wide range of campaign backgrounds. They come in to share their knowledge and experiences with the bootcampers in individual sessions.

Thank to our funders

Bootcamp wouldn't be possible without the amazing support of our funders and sponsors. This camp is made possible thanks to the following funders:

There was a staggering 405 applications to come on Bootcamp 6 + 7. Below are the people that joined us for Bootcamp 7, which took place from the 9th - 14th July 2016.

The Bootcampers:

The Facilitators

The Trainers

The Organisers