UKSCN isn’t the first movement to fight for climate justice and it won’t be the last. Below you can find some other incredible organisations fighting for our shared cause.



UKSCN will host the UK’s first ever Youth Strike 4 Climate. Originated by two mums that were frustrated by the lack of empowerment of their young people on climate reform, this generational partnership demonstrates the diversity and strength of our movement.


A group of volunteer climate activists aged 18-29, the UK Youth Climate Coalition has offered us extensive support in media outreach, press development and advice on our organising strategy. Their 11 years of experience has been extremely valuable in creating a meaningful and far-reaching movement.


Green & Black Cross is an independent grassroots project offering legal information to climate groups. They have provided UKSCN with valuable information and support regarding the legal safety of those who are striking.


As the largest environmental charity in the world, the resources, knowledge and experience of Greenpeace have equipped us to effectively spread the message that students are angry about being ignored by the people with the power to take action on the climate crisis.


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