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Our partners

Partnerships are part of who we are. We work with national and international charities, local community groups and academic institutions to raise awareness of ESCR and build momentum behind the movement, guaranteeing justice for all.

We are an Associate Member of Equally Ours, a UK charity that brings together people and organisations working across equality, human rights and social justice to make a reality of these in everyone’s lives. Equally Ours joins up research, policy and communications to shift public opinion and policy in positive and powerful ways.

We are members of the Fundamental Rights Platform (FRP), the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) channel for cooperation and information exchange with civil society organisations working on fundamental rights in the EU.

We are members of the Inequalities in Health Alliance a coalition of organisations with an interest in improving the health of the UK who have come together to campaign for a cross-government strategy to reduce health inequalities.


We are a part of the White Rose Doctoral Training Partnership. The network brings together academics with expertise in politics, international development, human rights and urban studies from across the universities of Sheffield, York and Leeds, together with the Overseas Development Institute and Just Fair to support three funded PhD studentships to explore, expand and deepen knowledge about the relationship between informality and citizenship.

We are proud members of the Lift the Ban Coalition, made up of over 200 non-profit organisations, think tanks, businesses, trade unions and faith groups, who have come together to call on the UK Government to give people seeking asylum the right to work.

We are a part of the International Network for Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (ESCR-Net), which connects 300 NGOs, social movements and campaigners across 75 countries.

We are members of the Human Rights Consortium Scotland, the civil society network to promote human rights in Scotland.


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We are members of the National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO), which connects voluntary organisations, charities, community groups and social enterprises across England. 

We are members of the Equality Coalition, a civil society alliance of non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and trade unions, who aim to promote equality in Northern Ireland. 

We are members of the Cost of Living Alliance which aims to:

  • Build an evidence base of what is happening across the UK.
  • Define clear areas where changes by government and power holders could make the most change to grassroots communities.
  • Decide on how we can use our collective influence to call for change.

We are members of 4 in 10 Child Poverty Network. We work with other members to share expertise, resources and the commitment to end child poverty in London. Each year we are part of the steering committee for London Challenge Poverty Week.

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Socio-Economic Duty

Under #1forEquality, we are campaigning with The Equality Trust and 60 other individuals and groups (including Amnesty International, Unison, Runnymede Trust or Women’s Budget Group) to bring to life the socio-economic duty of the Equality Act 2010.

We are part of #EndSection21 campaign to demand the abolishment of no-fault evictions of Section 21, which are contrary to the right to adequate housing.

We are a member of GAROP– the Global Alliance for the Rights of Older People. Established in 2011, the GAROP was born out of the need to strengthen the rights and voice of older people globally.

We are members of the End Child Poverty coalition. The campaign to is made up of organisations from civic society: children’s charities, child welfare organisations, social justice groups, faith groups, trade unions and others, united in our vision of a UK free of child poverty.

We are members of the Together With Refugees coalition, calling for a better approach to supporting refugees that is fair, kind and more effective.

We are members of the Civil Society Alliance,  which brings together civil society organisations from across the UK to scrutinise and influence constitutional, administrative and legal changes to the UK policy landscape.


We are working with Lawyers Against Poverty on economic, social and cultural rights, particularly in relation to the Seventh Periodic Review of the UK by the UN Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights. 

We are working with the Institute for Voluntary Action Research (IVAR) to develop our approach to monitoring, evaluation, and learning. We hope this will strengthen our capacity to lead and inspire work to respect, protect and fulfil economic, social, and cultural rights in the UK.