This toolkit seeks to provide guidance on approaches to, and different tools for, creating change in the world.

It also shares stories and learning from Quakers and meetings taking action on a range of issues and concerns across Britain.

The toolkit will be expanded over the coming months as new resources are developed. If there's a resource you would find particularly useful, please get in touch using the contact details on this page.

Toolkit contents

    Using the toolkit

    This toolkit is for any individual, group or meeting wishing to explore or start taking action for change.

    The toolkit can be used in a number of ways. You might read the resources to inform and support your own action, explore them with a group you're already taking action with, or invite people from your meeting or another group to discuss a section that particularly interests you. We hope it sparks new ideas and encourages you in your action!

    Get in touch with Maya Williams ( or 020 7663 1056) if you do use the guides and have any success with your campaigns - or any questions!

    Planning and strategy

    'Planning effective action for change' outlines steps to help you and your group consider how you might explore your concern and develop a project, whilst creating impact and sustaining energy throughout. Download 'Planning effective action for change' (PDF).

    Organising actions

    Following your planning and strategy this document highlight key steps to consider when organising actions as part of your planned campaign or project for change. Download 'Organising actions' (PDF).

    Engaging elected representatives

    Engaging with our elected representatives can be complicated. These guides offer clear and practical information to make this process easier.

    Media and social media

    Once you've planned a campaign, project or action, you'll probably want to publicise it to gather support, raise awareness of the issue and to reach, or build pressure upon, any decision makers you've identified. These guides offer some ideas about how you can do this.

    Contact us

    Maya Williams
    Economics, Sustainability & Peace Network Co-ordinator
    0207 663 1056