These organisations all currently participating in the second cohort of OrgBuilders

Tax Justice UK

Tax Justice UK

Tax Justice UK's mission is to ensure everyone in the UK benefits from a fair and effective tax system. We are championing changes to make tax work better, while at the same time supporting a fair, sustainable and thriving economy. Tax Justice UK i a catalyst, working with everyone who shares out vision for a fairer and more effective tax system. We will act as a channel to push for solutions building on existing research , conducted by other think tanks.

Outlandish

Outlandish

We are a digital agency committed to positive social change. We build web apps and data tools that give insights into complex data, and we create websites and campaigns that mobilise audiences. Over the last 8 years we have produced meaningful, creative and robust digital products by working at the intersection of technology, design and data. We are a worker owned coo-operative, passionate about using technology to create a fairer, better world, living and sharing a transformative approach to tech business and creating a healthy, positive working environment.

Right2workuk

Right2workuk

Right2workuk is a migrant led-organisation, with expertise in human rights law, employment, equality law and immigration law. We aim to protect migrant workers, who are being unlawfully denied their labour rights because of the Hostile Environment. We analyse how immigration policies and employment law are intersecting to create and exacerbate vulnerability to slavery, trafficking, destitution and discrimination in the labour market in the UK

ACORN

ACORN

ACORN is a community-based union tackling injustice across the country, bringing people together to support each other to improve their lives and their communities as powerful local groups, taking action on issues important to them. We have branches in Birmingham, Bristol, Brighton, Manchester, Sheffield, South Belfast and Newcastle, with other groups getting set up all over England and Wales.

Indoamerican Refugee and Migrant Organization (IRMO)

Indoamerican Refugee and Migrant Organization (IRMO)

IRMO is a community-led organisation that uses a rights based approach to equip Latin American migrants with the tools, skills and information to build fulfilled, independent and integrated lives in the UK. Ou work spans across three main areas: (1) Education, training and employment; (2) Advice and casework; and (3) Wellbeing. Championing the rights of migrant communities is central to our work. Building on over three decades of experiences, we aim to build a stronger and more resilient community. Out vision is that Latin Americans living in the UK are empowered to fulfil their potential and are able to fully and equally access services and opportunities.

Focus on Labour Exploitation (FLEX)

Focus on Labour Exploitation (FLEX)

FLEX recognises that human trafficking for labour exploitation is the product of a system in which workers' and migrants' rights are not recognised or enforced. We act as a bridge between people at risk of exploitation and the anti-trafficking and 'modern slavery' law and policy response, making sure rights-based approaches are at their heart.

Jubilee Debt Campaign

Jubilee Debt Campaign

Jubilee Debt campaign is a UK charity working to end poverty caused by debt and build a financial system that works for everyone. Out work combines robust, evidence-based research and policy development with targeted advocacy, media work, popular education, and grassroots organising and mobilisation. We have a network of local groups across the UK, a growing community of online activists, and a strong network of allies in the UK and around the world.

Rethinking Economics

Rethinking Economics

Our purpose is to build a diverse movement of people who challenge and renew the practice, teaching and application of economics in order to create economic systems which serve people and planet. We do this by; supporting students to campaign for reform of their university economics education, by working to diversify the people who study economics so that future economists better represent society, and by creating a study economics so that future economists better represent society, and by creating a community of 'rethinkers' to ensure that our members aren't working in isolation.


MobLab

MobLab

MoblLab is transforming social change for the networked age. We support advocacy campaigners and their organisations to break through and win in today's digital worled with a systems-based, people-powered approach. We do this through training, coaching and convening change-makers and leaders, and in collaboration with partners and out network of 4,000+ global practitioners, we suraface and share what's working (and not) in social change through storytelling and peer learning activities.

Latin American Women's Rights Service (LAWRS)

Latin American Women's Rights Service (LAWRS)

The Latin American Women's Rights Service (LAWRS) is a feminist, women-only organisation run by and for Latin American migrant women living in the UK. For the past 35 years, LAWRS supports women facing challenges to their fundamental human rights, facing violence, exploitation, trafficking, and/or severe poverty. We support around 5,000 women every year through specialist advice and counselling services, legal advice, development and integration projects, and a social change programme that seeks to involve women in campaigning and policy work.