Policy Advocacy

Projects

Advocacy and policy programme is at the heart of what we do, whether working to achieve social equality and inclusion or to ensure the rights and voices of marginalised are represented.

  • 5

    Research and Publications per year

  • 24

    Public & Statutory Consultation per year

  • 10

    Policy Contribution per year

ATM is a well-established organisation with a reputation for being fair, visionary, and trustworthy. We have credibility with the wider BAME community (particularly those of Horn of African), grassroots minority organisations, donors, and policymakers. We commit to ensuring that our research and advocacy engagements are consistent with our mission and aligned with our thematic priorities and our values. Influencing public policy can be difficult and complex, particularly for those with limited power and resources. We know that creating long‐term social transformation within societies requires investment in strong advocacy and policy change.

The Anti‐Tribalism Movement undertakes a number of initiatives and campaigns to achieve long‐lasting changes for the rights of marginalised groups who do not have space and voice for full participation in society ‐ Through reports and recommendations, we influence policies and practices to further the life chances and opportunities for our service users.

Our policy and advocacy work covers a broad range of issues, including hate crime, affordable housing, humanitarian response, inequality, social exclusion, inclusive, fairer practices, and resource allocations.

We work with a wide range of partners, including other non‐governmental organisations, national and local governments, international bodies, campaign networks, human rights organisations, academics, and think tanks.

We are often the first port of call for advice and consultations, and a field-leader in advocating for change to improve the situation of BAME communities.  Our Senior  Policy Officer works with various agencies including the Office of the Mayor of London, Home Office, Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government, Department of Education, and donors’ meetings to ensure Our recommendations help shape government response, ensuring better and more appropriate for our communities.