If you live or work in Haringey and are interested in getting involved in a campaign or activist group, below is a list of some of the groups that are around.  

Better Local Healthcare Campaign

The campaign consists of Haringey residents (mainly in the west of the borough) who have become increasingly concerned about the loss of local health services. They are committed to the core principles of the NHS and to the notion that healthcare should be available for everyone, regardless of their circumstances.


Haringey Against ID Cards

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Haringey Anti Poverty Initiative (HAPI)

We work in solidarity with Haringey residents and workers to help them organise against economic oppression, and to defend and extend rights to decent housing, wages and welfare benefits. HAPI works closely with and is involved in London Coalition Against Poverty and Haringey Solidarity Group.

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Haringey CND

CND campaigns non-violently to rid the world of nuclear weapons and other weapons of mass destruction and to create genuine security for future generations. CND opposes all nuclear and other weapons of mass destruction: their development, manufacture, testing, deployment and use or threatened use by any country.

tel: 0208 341 5997
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Haringey Cycling Campaign

HCC promote cycling by: (1) working with Haringey Council for better cycling facilities, (2) provide social events and cycle rides, and (3) provide information on cycling. They do this through the active involvement of the local community... and this means you!


Haringey Defend Council Housing

Campaign for investment in Council housing without strings, for such housing to remain in public control, for improvements to conditions, and against rent and service charge rises.

Link to national campaign - www.defendcouncilhousing.org.uk

Haringey Federation of Residents Associations

We are the umbrella organisation for local residents’ associations of all kinds around the borough - there are over 160 such groups. We support local RAs, and take up a wide range of ‘strategic’ issues. We generally promote community spirit and the empowerment of local communities.


Haringey Friends of Parks Forum

We are an independent and very successful umbrella organisation and network for the 30 local Friends groups of Haringey residents who are active in ‘taking ownership’ of, and protecting and improving, our parks and open spaces.


Haringey Independent Cinema

Ours is a group of community orientated and libertarian-leaning citizens all living in the London Borough of Haringey. We wish to screen monthly films and documentaries that are sometimes challenging, always thought-provoking and usually rarely shown.


Haringey Justice For Palestinians

HJfP's aims include: (1) boycotting Israeli goods, (2) twinning with a Palestinian community, and (3) raising funds to help Palestinian charities and political campaigns. They campaign for Justice for Palestinians, for Israel to obey international law, the Geneva Convention, relevant UN Resolutions and the International Court of Justice.


Haringey Solidarity Group

We are local people who want to get rid of the current system which places profit and power before people’s real needs. To do this, we need to get organised, fight back and take over the decision-making in communities and workplaces. We support and participate in local campaigns, spread ideas and help create effective opposition to the powers that be.


Haringey Trades Union Council

HTUC is a federation of local trade union branches, the local body for the official Trades Union Congress, but in reality acts in support of campaigns, such as strike support committees, those opposing war, racism and other discrimination, as well as workplace issues.

tel: 020 8292 8862


The Haringey Association of Voluntary and Community Organisations (HAVCO) is a Council for Voluntary Service that was established in April 2003. As the council for voluntary service in Haringey, HAVCO aims to serve the voluntary and community sector by promoting, representing and supporting its diverse needs.


Kids Collective Community Film Group

The Kids' Collective organise community events based around screenings of international film, rarely screened animation and challenging documentary - they collaborate with others in an effort to produce an atmosphere of free-thinking that always has the potential to turn into a 'bit of a riot'. They also run outdoor screenings and are happy to work with other groups to facilitate such events.

tel: 07966 096 482
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London No Borders

No Borders London support all those in struggle against borders, against their incarceration in detention centres, against their deportation, against their super-exploitation as ‘illegal’ workers. They work to develop spaces of solidarity where resistance and life can be developed.

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Their work focuses on raising environmental awareness and enabling people to move towards living more sustainably. They do this primarily through running permaculture courses, creating and promoting forest garden, and giving advice and consultations. They are based within the inner city of London and more recently in west Wales.


North and East London Solidarity Federation

NELSF seeks to replace capitalism with a stateless society based on the principle of from each according to their ability, to each according to their needs. They support working class struggles towards these ends.


Nuclear Trains Action Group

NTAG are a campaigning organization opposing the transport of nuclear waste through densely populated areas such as London.


Pan African Development Education and Advocacy Programme (Padeap)

Padeap are a vibrant and innovative organisation operating in Uganda (where it was set up in 1997), Nigeria and the UK. They promote African creativity, knowledge and skills and work on the challenges facing the continent through practical, community based projects.

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Radical History Network of North East London
RaHN is a Haringey-based body, meeting monthly, which looks at issues that are local, topical or of special interest. Our supporters are libertarians, marxists, and miscellaneous others. They also regularly publish cheap, short booklets and attempt to put theory into practice by activity.

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Reel News

Reel News is an activist video collective, set up to publicise and share information on inspirational campaigns and struggles - not just in this country, but across the world.


Save Ally Pally and The Peoples' Palace Trust

Save Ally Pally's Mission Statement is: (1) to stop any sale of the Palace that's not for charitable purposes; (2) safeguard the studios, mast, Victorian theatre and famous Willis organ, and protect public access to these; and (3) reconstitute AP's trustees back to representatives of the whole of London and of the nation.


Spectrum London (formerly Spectrum Haringey)

Spectrum London is a peer support forum for all trans people and those questioning their gender... along with partners, family, friends and allies. They meet on the 2nd Tuesday of every month at Trinity United Reform Church, Buck Street, Camden, NW1 8NJ.

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Stop Haringey Health Cuts Coalition

SHHCC is an alliance of organisations including healthcare workers, health campaigners, residents associations, unions and others, campaigning against cuts and privatisation of our local healthcare services.

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Sustainable Haringey

SH supports the development of a Sustainable Haringey network, which will promote and encourage: (1) sustainable energy policies; (2) reduced consumption and waste, and maximised re-usage and recycling; (3) sustainable travel; (4) local production of food, goods and services; (5) the protection and improvement of green spaces and natural habitats; and (6) strong local communities.


Tottenham Civic Society

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Vegan Campaigns (London)

Vegan Campaigns promotes veganism, mainly in the London area. Among the activities that have already taken place are vegan food fairs, information evenings, veggie burger giveaways and street stalls. We also helped to organise the London Vegan Festival in September 2005 and 2007.


Wards Corner Community Coalition

WCCC came together to block a development earmarked for Wards Corner, Seven Sisters. The proposed scheme intends to demolish the Edwardian buildings and those in three adjacent streets, evict the vibrant Latin American market and build eight-storey blocks of flats and retail space. WCCC also wants to build on the vibrant and multi-cultural society that exists in Seven Sisters and has brought together residents associations and market traders and developed their own Community Plan for the site.