Want to get involved? If you want to do something about the damage caused by our current approach to drugs, join our activist network now.
Our annual lobby of parliament to call on MPs to end the drug war
The Anyone’s Child family network is supported by activists keen to help change public opinion around drug policy and encourage more MPs to support legal regulation.
Our regional activist networks campaign to raise awareness and pressure local and national decision makers on issues of drug policy reform. Come and join in, meet new people, learn new things, get inspired… everyone is welcome!
Key functions of the network:
We hold an annual lobby day in June to encourage MPs to speak out in favour of legal regulation. Each year we are looking to build in numbers and ensure that more MPs are met – we know that our activists are very persuasive and many have helped to persuade their MP to engage in this debate. We also offer support and guidance as we recognise the prospect can be daunting.
The network also supports Transform’s local reform programme (a campaign aimed to encouraging diversion schemes, drug safety testing, heroin assisted treatment and safe injecting facilities). Activists assist by supporting local events to raise the level of debate around drug policy reform.
Attend quarterly meetings and training workshops to equip yourself with the language and necessary skills to make the case for reform.
Get trained, lobby your MP, join fundraising activities, support local events and more…
Handmade ‘forget-me-not’ flowers to represent lives lost to drugs and dangerous drug policy
Our Bristol activists embarking on a 10mile fundraising walk
We currently have activist networks in Bristol and the West Midlands. Drop us a line if you would like to join. If you are based elsewhere and would like to set one up, please email us.
If you would like to volunteer on a regular basis please email and let us know how we could use your skills