Get involved with campaigning – not just with Jubilee Scotland, but with groups across the country who are fighting for economic justice in a whole range of different ways. This section will help you find groups in your area.
Creating a new global digital economy for everyone. A monetary system that gives people money to do something with.
The Edinburgh branch of the Econo…what? group meet up monthly (roughly!) to discuss readings from the Econo…what reading list to try to educate ourselves about economics. It is very informal, and everyone is welcome!
They believe that educational and religious institutions, city and state governments, and other institutions that serve the public good should divest from fossil fuels. They want institutions to immediately freeze any new investment in fossil fuel companies, and divest from direct ownership and any commingled funds that include fossil fuel public equities and corporate bonds within 5 years.
Campaign for HIV treatment for all, everywhere in the world.
The NCAFC is a network of student and education worker activists, founded at a convention at University College London in February 2010. Since then, the NCAFC has helped activists on campuses up and down the country organise radical direct action against tuition fees, education cuts and wider cuts to public services.
A membership organisation run by and for private tenants in Scotland, fighting for better rights and conditions for renters.
The SPSC has branches and groups of supporters in several Scottish cities and universities, as well as individual members across Scotland. They are all volunteers, independent of all political formations, and wholly dependent on donations to finance our activities. They campaign for equal rights for Palestinians in Israel, self-determination for Palestinians, an end to British arms sales to Israel and more.
The Concrete Garden is a community space for growing fruit and vegetables in Possilpark, North Glasgow. Their latest project, Growing Together, is an innovative 3 year programme of workshops, classes, taster sessions, community events and volunteer programmes.
The Edinburgh Branch of the World Development campaign on issues ranging from food security to climate finance – come to one of our meetings to say hello and find out what we’re up to!