campaigning at schools

It’s never too early to become an anti-slavery campaigner!

Across the UK, schools, teachers and students have powered the anti-slavery movement, supporting us with funds, energy and a passion for freedom.

Campaigning for freedom, Oldham Sixth Form College

This year, students from Oldham Sixth Form College came together to raise funds and awareness on behalf of Anti-Slavery International. Starting with a cake sale and awareness-raising event in their college, they were interviewed for their local paper ‘The Oldham Chronicle’ and ended with a trip to London to meet their MP, Debbie Abrahams.

Hear from Alicia Barwick, retired teacher, on why she supports Anti-Slavery:

This year alone, we have supported students and teachers to arrange bucket collections, letter-writing events, bake sales, and sponsored walks.

You too can mobilise and organise actions in October and March as part of our ‘Fundraise for Freedom’ drive on Anti-Slavery Day (18th October), Black History Month (October), the day of Remembrance Day for the Victims of Slavery and the Transatlantic Slave Trade (25th March).

School resources

  • Copies of our Reporter Magazine, fact sheets and campaign updates
  • Case studies from the field
  • Products of slavery and child labour poster
  • Our human-rights-themed quiz
  • Branded Anti-Slavery International fundraising materials, banners, leaflets, tabards, collecting tins and buckets
  • Explore our videos on our Youtube channel

Slavery fact sheets

Get in touch

We are here to support you to raise funds and awareness. Please email or give us a call on 020 7501 8937