6 Billion Ways is a coalition of campaigners on local and global justice issues, aiming to build a broad movement for progressive change
6 Billion Ways started life as a one-off event in February 2009, aimed at informing and mobilising a wide range of people on local and global justice issues. We wanted to go beyond single issues and contribute to building a broad movement for progressive change. The event was a huge success, so two years later, we did it again. Like the first time, the 2011 event included space for education, organising and the arts, but even more people turned up – 1,700 in total.
Now we’re in transition; from being all about a big event every two years to a more ongoing form of collaboration, education and movement building. If you have suggestions or enquiries, email us: [email protected]
About the organisers
Global Justice Now campaigns for a world without poverty and injustice. We work in solidarity with activists around the world to tackle the causes of poverty, and research and promote positive alternatives which put public good before private gain.
War on Want fights poverty in developing countries in partnership with people affected by globalisation. We campaign for human rights and against the root causes of global poverty, inequality and injustice.
Jubilee Debt Campaign is part of a global movement calling for 100% cancellation of unpayable and illegitimate poor country debts, without harmful conditions attached. We are working for a fairer international system of borrowing and lending, where debt is not an instrument of control for the rich, and further unjust debts cannot build up in the future.
Friends of the Earth is one of the UK’s leading environmental campaigning organisations. We are a member of Friends of the Earth International, the world’s largest grassroots environmental network, with 77 national member groups and over 2 million individuals campaigning for a sustainable, just and peaceful world.
Venue and cultural partner
Rich Mix is a dynamic, vibrant, cross cultural arts and media centre located in the heart of London. Diversity is at the heart of what we do. Whether it be through our film, education and arts programmes, or our numerous tenants, we aim to promote a mixed economy in all that we display and produce.