Our campaign was founded in 2004 to provide a positive antidote to the politics of hate.
We want to offer a more positive and engaged way of promoting anti-fascism. When we were established it was the BNP winning votes, now it is UKIP and other populist parties around the world, but our message remains the same.
One of our campaigns saw 355,000 pieces of literature distributed in the borough of Barking, where Nick Griffin was standing for election to the parliamentary seat. We believe this campaign was responsible in part for the collapse of the BNP after Griffin’s humiliating loss.
We run campaigns and events to make politics a more positive place.