Social Action Organisations

Here you’ll find an up-to-date list of organisations committed to putting social action on the agenda.

Young Citizens

Young Citizens is an organisation working to enable young people to participate actively in society and make a positive difference.   Click here to be taken to the Young Citizens homepage and find out more.

#iwill Campaign

The #iwill Campaign  works to support and empower young people to be active citizens who participate in social action.  They firmly believe that young people have what it takes to change society and the environment for the better. To find out more about this organisation click here.



Eden Communities

Eden Communities aims to help communities connect and work together to bring positive change to local and global issues. For more information on Eden Communities and the work they do click here. 

Activities you can get involved in 

Classroom Activities and resources

Amnesty International

Amnesty’s Education team produce creative and engaging teaching resources for a wide range of issues suitable for ages 5-18. Find them here

We Are All Born Free book and activities

The Climate Coalition

The Climate Coalition is committed to working with young people and adults to stop climate change. There work encourages all individuals to protect and show love for the world to bring real social change. Click here to find out more.

My home life

My home life champions quality improvement in care homes by engaging nationally and locally with policy makers, practitioners, care homes and the public. The organisation is currently developing a new strand to their work which aims to link young people and care homes residents. Find out more here.

EmpathyLab is the first organisation to build children’s empathy, literacy and social activism through a systematic use of high-quality literature. Find thier great resources here.

The Woodland Trust

The Woodland Trust  is a woodland conservation charity that works and encourages others to get involved in caring for nature. To find out more click here