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Who supports One World Week?

One World Week is:

funded by:

In 2015-17: CAFOD, Global Justice Now Trust, schools, churches, trusts and many individual donors and local groups;

working with:

Action Aid, Black Environment Network, CAFOD, Christian Aid, Global Justice Now, Fairtrade Foundation, Inter Faith Network, Islamic Relief; MADE in Europe; Oxfam, Traidcraft, United Reformed Church's Commitment for Life programme; and other NGOs; (more about working with other organisations here)

a member of:

The Climate Coalition - formerly known as Stop Climate Chaos. The Climate Coalition is dedicated to action on climate change and limiting its impact on the environment and the world’s poorest communities. With sister organisations Stop Climate Chaos Cymru and Stop Climate Chaos Scotland, the combined supporter base of members embraces more than 15 million people spanning over 100 organisations across the UK, from environment and development charities to unions, faith, community and women's groups.

European Global Education Week Network - OWW is the UK National Representative actively involved in annual co-ordinating seminars, including choosing the European Global Education Week theme.

Think Global - A charity which promotes global learning – and global action – for a more just and sustainable world. Main focus is on schools learning.

Trade Justice Movement - a coalition of more than 60 member organisations concerned with trade justice, including trade unions, aid agencies, environment and human rights campaigns, Fair Trade organisations, faith and consumer groups. Together, we call for trade justice - not free trade - with the rules weighted to benefit poor people and the environment.

UNITED for Intercultural Action - A European Network against nationalism, racism, fascism and in support of migrants and refugees.

run by

National OWW volunteers - assist in managing and running the national organisation,

Local OWW volunteers - organise events locally around Britain and beyond. They include:

  • individuals or groups, often local branches of national organisations;
  • members of various faith groups;
  • schools, colleges and universities;
  • businesses and community groups.