Does your Just Love group want to run a really effective event? Have a look at these great opportunities from our partners! Click on the images for more information and contact your staff worker if you have any questions.
Run a clothes swap for IJM! Fashion for Freedom events are a platform to celebrate fashion, acknowledging fashion’s darker secrets, whilst still inspiring each other through the work of ethical brands and the consumer power we have. Find out more and grab a freedom pack here.
In “I Am Brave,” a new 20-minute film, Joy shares her story of being exploited online, and invites us all to be part of stopping slavery for good. Hold a screening in your JL group and engage people with the hard-hitting reality of slavery and provide your community with a way to join the fight to end it.
This is a great way to fundraise for Tearfund! Take to the stairs, get sponsored, and help end poverty. The only way is up (and down again). Every steps you take will bring hope to people living in poverty. There’s never been a better time to use what’s in front of us to make a difference. And, as an added bonus, you’ll keep fit! Find out more and sign up here.
In this huge year for climate action, Tearfund are inviting you to be part of a team of young leaders from across the UK to help shape and lead a climate campaign with them. The Take A Stand campaign launched with a team of young people in Cornwall ahead of the G7 and is now expanding across the UK as we approach COP26. Tearfund will provide support and investment about how to campaign effectively and are looking for people who are keen to get stuck in during this historic year. Email Jack to get involved!
Started by Just Love students, The Switch is a movement of students campaigning for UK banks to have more ethical investment practices. Take a look at our interview with The Switch founder Sienna about what this is all about, and how about encouraging your Just Love community to switch to a more ethical bank!
Christian Aid are partnering with Take One Action, who promote films about social justice. Christian Aid is offering to help you facilitate a film screening and panel discussion with expert activists within Christian Aid, and possibly even the film-makers from Take One Action. Email Anna Spence to find out more. Even though the festival happens in September, this is an ongoing opportunity!