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The next UK General Election has been called for 4 July 2024!

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View the Citizens UK Manifesto here

Part of Citizens UK

About Citizens UK

Citizens UK is here to overcome injustice.​ We’re bringing together everyday people and local organisations to build a better, fairer society. Together, we're making change on the issues that matter, from campaigning for zebra crossings on dangerous roads, to reforming the immigration system, to the Living Wage campaign​.​

​​We've had 600 organisations participating, 4,000+ community leaders trained, 13,000 Living Wage employers, and hundreds of campaigns won since we were founded in 1989.

How we work

We make change through the method of community organising. This means that we work with people who are part of civil society organisations (such as schools, universities, faith institutions, charities and unions) to connect them to other organisations in their local area, who work together to make change.

To get involved, your organisation can join Citizens UK as a member, or if your organisation is already a member, you can get involved as part of your local chapter straight away.

Our projects

Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, at a Parents and Communites Together (PACT) Southwark event smiling with children and workers
Supporting parents to build community together, receive peer support and take action on the things that matter through PACT (Parents and Communities Together).
Three women stand smiling facing the camera, holding a Living Wage Foundation employer plaque. They are surrounded by green plants and the environment is fresh and bright.
Tackling in-work poverty by ensuring everyone can earn a wage that meets the real cost of living through the Living Wage Foundation.
Around 40 primary school children from St Antony's Catholic Primary school stand singing outside in Parliament Square in a semi circle. In front of them is a teacher conductor and a crowd watching. Some of the children are holding up big love heart signs.
Using community organising to fight for change for migrants and refugees in the UK through Citizens UK: Migrants and Refugees.
Two women stand at airport arrivals holding poster with Ukrainian flag saying "Welcome to the UK"
Welcoming refugees to the UK via community resettlement through Sponsor Refugees
Leader giving testimony with a microphone at a winter Living Wage for Social Care action outside of Barchester Healthcare headquarters in London

Find out more about the work of Citizens UK by visiting their website.