Movement Support Organisations

RiseUp! – provides secure email, lists, tech advice and other services
NoFlag – provides secure web hosting and email to progressive groups
Network23 – secure, activist-run blog service
Sukey – provides a text service/smartphone app at big protests, tracking things like kettles

Seeds for Change – provides guides and training on consensus, facilitating meetings, working with the media, and more
London Roots Collective – provides workshops/skillshares

( Local arrestee support/defendant solidarity groups: Birmingham GBC | Brighton GBC | Bristol Defendant Solidarity | Glasgow GBC | Leeds GBC | London GBC | Manchester GBC | Cardiff Defendant Solidarity )

Green and Black Cross – provides things like street medics, legal support, etc
Legal Defence and Monitoring Group – provides legal observers, court support, advice on arrest, etc
Defend the Right to Protest
Activists’ Legal Project – leaflets and info on direct action and the law

Activist Trauma Support – supports activists who have experienced trauma and other mental-health issues
Network for Police Monitoring – “Netpol seeks to monitor public order, protest and street policing, and to challenge and resist policing which is excessive, discriminatory or threatens civil rights”
Fitwatch – Opposes police “intelligence gathering” at protests
Electronic Frontier Foundation – U.S-based digital rights campaigning organisation


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