Together we can teach thousands of people to change the lives of millions – and it all starts with people just like you.
Fight for social justice. Support us today.
45 supporters back us. Let’s get to 100!
Joshua Pollack, Sushil Bansal, Adrian Williams, Daniel Fernandez Castro, Tatseng Chiam, Laurence Benbow, Jennica Carpio, Andrew Rajanathan, Genevey Ladaban, Alvin Carpio, Phil Panganiban, Edward Badu, Richard Poku, Chuck Madekwe, Chris Manby, Marek Kubik, Liam Baxter, Jack Leonard, Nancy Johnston, Paul Endelman, Sajid Butt, John Lazar, Najib Idris, Saba Mo, Chloe Davies, Kyung Baatenburg de Jong, Mike Reader, Mary Robertson, Sade Amale, Inês Boski, Paul Clewett, Ali Khan, Timur Burlaka, Stacey Mayo, Yasmin Karsan, Tanguy Sene, Phil Panganiban, Victor Bamigboye, Ellis McNorthey-Gibbs, Utkarsh Amitabh, Tatseng Chiam, Dallas Scott, Christine Manby, Kristian Losztyn, Faizal Hakim, Vanessa G. Carreño, Najib Idris, Chloë Davies
Millions of people want to address social injustices, but they don’t know how. That’s why we are doing what we’re doing. Help us build the world’s first online school for social justice.
Poverty, inequality, racism, sexism, discrimination, health inequities, environmental damage, human rights abuses – we need to train a new generation of changemakers to take on these big issues.
Our mission is to train 10,000 people who will each impact the lives of 100,000 people in the next decade. Help us share practical lessons, strategies, skills, tools, and tactics, so that our students can go on and change the world.
“Attending the preview and hearing Alvin talk about the vision for the school really struck a chord. The project has a lot of heart, but also grit and determination. The objectives are as noble as they are ambitious, and I am excited to see what the collective can achieve for the greater good. Go for it!”
– polly, lawyer
“Educating the next generation to bring about real change: The school of social justice is what the world needs!”
– Edward, Community organiser
“I am eager and excited to support the School of Social Justice in any way I can. This organisation will share knowledge and support people fighting for equality for all. The fight for social justice is a long one, and if we learn from one another, the policies, businesses, and campaigns we work on will be better for it. Long live The School of Social Justice.”
– Charlotte, mental health expert
“I believe that education is the first step towards change; and the team behind the School of Social Justice has the necessary strategy, plan, creativity, and commitment to build a school that has real impact.”
– robert, coder and entrepreneur