Giving young people the skills and knowledge they need to campaign safely about issues they're passionate about.

Element Society and Chilypep are working together to make young people as prepared as possible for safe and successful online campaigning. The Gen Z project trains young people in things such as project planning, goal setting, and online safety, as well as offering support with launching and running on and offline campaigns.

Download our free

 Campaign Toolkit

We have a number of printed toolkits available, please email [email protected] if you would like to order them.
The toolkits are free to collect from our office, or we can post them for a small fee. 


Download our training resources for FREE

GenZ Activism Training Resources

Our resources include sessions on:

  • Intro to Activism 
  • Equality, Power and Privilege 
  • Systems of Change 
  • Self-Care and Safety while Campaigning 
  • Campaign Issues 
  • Problem Tree 
  • Researching 
  • Campaign Methods and Target Audience 
  • Key Messages and Naming Your Campaign 
  • Networking 
  • Measuring Success 
  • Campaign Branding and Design 

Our resources are designed to be used alongside the campaign toolkit. 


Support the campaigns from this project!

Power Over Periods

Topic: Period poverty
Contact: [email protected]
Socials: https://linktr.ee/poweroverperiods

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Fair For Me

Topic: More youth spaces in Sheffield

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Queer over Fear 

Topic: LGBT+ rights in school 
Contact: [email protected]
Socials: @queeroverfear

ERA: End Racial Abuse 

Topic: Anti-racism education
Contact:
Socials: @endracialabuse

It has been really inspiring watching the young people take the training we've given them and use the skills to develop campaigns on issues they are passionate about. They have worked really hard and have so much knowledge and insight into the issues they've chosen.

- Jasmine, Project Co-ordinator


This project wouldn't be possible without funding from the Act For Change Fund - a joint initiative from the Paul Hamlyn Foundation, the Esmee Fairburn Foundation, and the National Lottery Community Fund