New Economy Organisers Network

For General Operating Support

  • Amount
    $150,000
  • Program
  • Date Awarded
    11/29/2021
  • Term
    12 Months
  • Type of Support
    General Support/Organization
Overview
The New Economy Organisers Network (NEON) helps build movements for social, economic, and environmental justice across the U.K. It works with over 1,000 organizers across trade unions, grassroots groups, NGOs, faith-based campaigns, political parties, and civil society groups. The network runs powerful trainings, coaching, and real-time movement support across movement building, communications, and organizational development.
About the Grantee
Address
Oxford House, Derbyshire Street Bethnal Green, London, E2 6HG, United Kingdom
Grants to this Grantee
for general operating support  
New Economy Organisers Network (NEON) is a nonprofit organization committed to accelerating social movements. NEON works across a wide range of progressive issues including climate, housing, healthcare, and migration, and supports over 2,000 campaigners, activists, and organizers across the U.K. who are working towards political, environmental, and social justice. NEON’s theory of change is rooted in understanding the strategies, stories, and structures required to sustain a movement. Short term, this results in improved movement infrastructure, skills, and connections; long term, it leads to robust relationships and movement alliances capable of systemic change.
for general operating support  
The New Economy Organisers Network (NEON) helps build movements for social, economic, and environmental justice across the U.K. It works with over 1,000 organizers across trade unions, grassroots groups, NGOs, faith-based campaigns, political parties, and civil society groups. The network runs powerful trainings, coaching, and real-time movement support across movement building, communications, and organizational development.
for a transatlantic learning and development exchange  
The New Economy Organisers Network, or NEON, helps build movements for social, economic, and environmental justice across the U.K. It works with over 1,000 organizers across trade unions, grassroots groups, NGOs, faith-based campaigns, political parties, and civil society groups. The network runs powerful trainings, coaching, and real-time movement support across movement building, communications, and organizational development.

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