Call for the UK Victim Support Bill to become law
To call on Primark to support factory safety and rights at their suppliers.
To call on the King of Jordan to reject amendments to the labour laws and so to ensure the right to freedom of association.
To call on the UK to act to end the mistreatment of Palestinian children.
To call on the Chinese Government to disclose the whereabouts of missing Uighurs,
To call on G7 leaders to use diplomacy to call for the release of Nasrin Sotoudeh, and other women's rights activists,
To call on Tata to stop supplying equipment to the Burmese military,
Please ask the Prime Minister to set a target of net zero greenhouse gas emissions for the UK before 2050.
From climate change and plastics, to deep sea mining and overfishing - the threats facing our world’s oceans are growing bigger and more urgent day by day.
Help the environment by planting a tree/s in the Caledonian Forest in the Scottish Highlands.
a petition calling on the House of Lords to ensure that parliamentarians have meaningful scrutiny over all trade deals
ask the Home Secretary to extend the Government's support to the Modern Slavery Victim Support Bill
sign a petition to the European Council calling for the rescue of human lives to be the priority, with those rescued at sea being brought to a safe port without delay.
To call on Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman to stop the execution of eighteen young men
ask TripAdvisor to stop promoting settlements in the OPT as a tourist destination
ask Aung San Suu Kyi to release these three peaceful political prisoners.
To call on the Prime Minister to support referring Burma to the International Criminal Court.
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Tell Saudi Arabia to end its violence against journalists, google: Khashoggi affair reporters without borders
To call on world leaders to protect biodiversity
Michael Gove - email@example.com
Theresa May - firstname.lastname@example.org
Nicola Sturgeon - email@example.com
Roseanna Cunningham - firstname.lastname@example.org
I’d like to share this statement that was recently signed by the heads of six continental bishops’ conferences. It calls all of us to take action now to protect our common home from the crisis of global warming.
I call on you, as you prepare for the UN climate summit in Poland this December to take ambitious and immediate action in order to tackle and overcome the devastating effects of the climate crisis. These actions need to be taken by the international community at all levels: by persons, communities, cities, regions, nations.
To call on the European Commission to halt inclusion of arms industry research in the new EU budget.
To send an email to the Saudi Embassy calling for the release of arrested women's rights activists involved in peaceful human rights work.
To call on Walkers to change their packaging to environmentally friendly material.
To send an email to the Nigerian High Commissioner urging the Nigerian Government to secure Leah's release.
To call on the Malaysian High Commissioner to secure the release of Pastor Raymond Koh and three other abductees.
To call on British tea brands to improve their buying practices.
call on Theresa May to use diplomatic pressure to stop the execution of children sentenced to death in Saudi Arabia
To call on the UK Defence Secretary to ensure that the UK Government holds a full public inquiry into the UK's role in drone attacks by the USA.
To call on the UK Government to support the world's largest Antarctic Ocean Sanctuary.
To urge Pepsico to stop enabling the destruction of rainforest by its partners.
To call on cinemas to use biodegradable paper drink straws rather than plastic drink straws.
To call on the European Commission to support and protect groups offering humanitarian help or shelter.
To call on your MP to sign EDM 696: Immigration detention of Victims of Torture and other Vulnerable People.
To call on the G20 to end tax havens,
To call on supermarkets to become plastic free
To call on Liverpool FC to cancel the deal with Tibet Water Resources Limited
To urge Michael Gove, Environment Minister, to introduce a charge on disposable coffee cups.
To call on the Malaysian Government to revoke military awards given to Min Aung Hlaing.
Call on Nestle to sell affordable, safe and nutritionally complete infant formula rather than use manipulative marketing.
Call on the Egyptian President to drop all charges and free Hanan Badr el-Din unconditionally.
Urge Welsh Environment Minister to protect Cardiff Bay from nuclear waste.
Urge an immediate moratorium on all debt payments for countries drastically impacted by recent hurricanes.
Tweet the EU requesting influence for the release of disappeared Chinese Christian human rights lawyer Gao Zhisheng.
To help ban bee-harming pesticides by signing a petition to the UK Government, see:
To ask your MP to support new regulations on debt transparency by signing Early Day Motion 158, see:
To email your MP and the Minister for State for the Middle East, see:
To call on the UN Secretary General to go to Burma to persuade the Government to let aid in, see:
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