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Our Alliances, Networks and Campaigns ​

At RJ4All, our ethos revolves around the belief in the transformative potential of collaboration and collective action to instigate positive societal change. We envision a world where restorative justice becomes a global movement, propelled forward by the united efforts of diverse alliances and networks through strategic campaigning. 

By cultivating robust partnerships with kindred organisations, we amplify the collective voices, advocating for the core values of restorative justice: power-sharing, fairness, equality, dignity, and respect. Together, we aspire to realise our vision of advancing restorative justice principles and fostering a more just and equitable global community.

Stay connected with us on Social Media to stay informed about our ongoing campaigns and initiatives. 

If you’re interested in joining forces with us, please reach out to us via email at, or join our RJ4All family here and champion the International Restorative Justice Pledge

Please check out the list of campaigns, alliances and networks that we are part of below. 

Networks and Alliances

The European Forum of Restorative Justice

Aiming to help inform, empower and support your community with issues related to post-pandemic recovery and local health issues. Healthwatch Southwark and Community Southwark are supporting Southwark Council to run the Community Health Ambassadors Network.

4 in 10

We are a campaigning, skill and information-sharing network of London organisations working to improve the lives of the 4 in10 children living in poverty across the capital. We know child poverty can be tackled if we work together to keep the spotlight on the damage that poverty is doing to families in London.

Partnership for Young London

Aiming to connect, develop and influence, this network provides a cross-sector platform, drawing together public and private organisations, as well as the voluntary sector, social enterprises, and local, regional and national government, as partners in the same vision to build a successful future for young people in London.

Older People's Network

An independent forum of voluntary and community groups in the London Borough of Southwark working to make life better for older people.

Children & Young People's Mental Health Coalition

The CYPMHC works towards building a nation where positive mental health is promoted and early intervention practices are in place to secure mentally healthier futures for our children and young people.

UK Youth

An open network of over 8000 youth organisations and nation partners, we are focused on unlocking youth work as the catalyst of change that is needed now more than ever.

Alliance of Sport in Criminal Justice

The Alliance of Sport in Criminal Justice is a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO) working with national partners in criminal justice, sport, academia, government and others to establish the need, we registered as a CIO in May 2019 to become the ‘go to organisation’ for sport in criminal justice and we build on over a decade of best practice.

by Mayor of London

MMN - Mediterranean Migration Network

The aim of the network is to promote collaboration and exchange of good practices among public and private stakeholders active in the fields of migration and integration.

Sport For Development Coalition

The Sport for Development Coalition is a movement of organisations working to maximise the positive social impact of sport and physical activity.


StreetGames harnesses the power of sport to create positive change in the lives of disadvantaged young people right across the UK. StreetGames’ work helps to make young people and their communities healthier, safer and more successful.

Equally Ours

Formerly the Equality and Diversity Forum, Equally Ours is a network of UK organisations committed to equal opportunities, social justice, good community relations, respect for human rights and an end to discrimination based on age, disability, gender and gender identity, race, religion or belief, and sexual orientation.

Action on Digital Inclusion Network

Established during 2020/21, bringing together non-profits at a global level with a commitment to advancing the cause of digital inclusion. Good Things Foundation maintains the Network as an open and fully inclusive space for non-profits everywhere working in digital inclusion.

Human Rights Alliance

The Human Rights Alliance brings together hundreds of organisations that work to promote Human Rights in the UK. The alliance is hosted by the British Institute of Human Rights.


Clinks supports, promotes and represents the voluntary sector working in the criminal justice system to ensure it can provide the services people need.  

Sported UK

Sported is the UK’s largest network of community groups supporting half a million young people to overcome barriers to reach their full potential.

The European Forum of Restorative Justice

The European Forum for Restorative Justice (EFRJ) is an international network organisation connecting members active in the field of restorative justice as practitioners, academics and policymakers throughout Europe and beyond. We promote research, policy and practice development so that every person may have access to high-quality restorative justice services, at any time and in any case.

Children, Families and Young People Network

Since 2016 the Network has looked at a range of issues including a consultation on youth and play strategy and the refresh of the Youth Council structure. The Network has engaged with the Children and Families Commissioning Team on the Southwark 16+ Accommodation and Support Project and also on the Child Sexual Exploitation community engagement project.

Southwark Food Action Alliance

The Southwark Food Action Alliance (SFAA) is an independent collective of local food providers and distributors, charities and community partners, residents, businesses, and public sector representatives, coming together to deliver a joined-up holistic food systems approach that increases food security and food equality in Southwark. 

Southwark Council Technology & Digital Inclusion Strategy

Southwark Council’s Digital Inclusion Group is an informal partnership of local organisations that have an interest in working together to improve outcomes for Southwark residents who are digitally excluded and/or lack digital skills.


BASIS (the British Association for Sustainable Sport) has provided expert help to sports clubs, venues, and governing bodies for over a decade – helping them to understand their impacts, set targets and implement processes to improve their environmental performance.

Digital Poverty Alliance

The DPA was established in 2021 by the Learning Foundation, Currys plc and the Institute of Engineering and Technology. Their main focus is policy and advocacy, gaining important evidence, and bringing the community together to create the social change needed to end digital poverty by 2030. 

Mental Health Network

The Mental Health Network is for groups and charities that are providing support and services to Southwark communities around mental health. The Network has covered a range of issues during its existence, including a local CCG joint project to review community adult mental health support and housing and the design and delivery of the Joint Mental Health and Wellbeing Strategy for Southwark.

National Academy for Social Prescribing

The National Academy for Social Prescribing is an organisation dedicated to the advancement of social prescribing through promotion, collaboration and innovation. They work to create partnerships, across the arts, health, sports, leisure, and the natural environment, alongside other aspects of our lives, to promote health and wellbeing at a national and local level.

Southwark Community Action Network CAN

Join the Southwark CAN and receive updates and information on social action in Southwark, as well as invitations to free training events run by our team and partners around Southwark and London.

Restorative Dialogue Against Violent Radicalisation Network

The Restorative Dialogue against Violent Radicalisation Network (RDaVR Network) sits within RJ4All, which is one of the largest international, non-profit, research communities in the world. This network was set up as part of the Restorative Dialogue against Violent Radicalisation project, to which RJ4All is one of the 7 partner organisations. 

Social Prescribing Network Event

On 14 July we held our Southwark Social Prescribing Network Open Meeting event with an amazing 85 attendees representing 45 organisations! 

This event was a rare opportunity to meet social prescribers, voluntary groups, health practitioners, funders and representatives from the council. 

Inclusive Club Network

Driven by a shared objective to make inclusion the norm, RJ4All joined the Inclusive Club Network to promote the accessibility of our free community gym and sports services. 

Sports and Physical Activity

Southwalk Community are the umbrella body for the voluntary and community sector in Southwark. There are many outstanding sports clubs in Southwark that are tailored for different age groups, activities and abilities.

The Internationalism Alliance

The British Council and International Newcastle launched the first UK city-focused Internationalism Alliance with a digital seminar, bringing together representatives from the youth sector in Newcastle and the North East to discuss international and intercultural opportunities for children and young people. 


Southwark Stands Together Pledges

Best Charity or Social Enterprise 2020 Southwark Business Excellence Awards

RJ4All is fully committed to five anti-racist pledges, initiated by Southwark Council, as a demonstration of our dedication to becoming an anti-racist organisation.

London Challenge Poverty Week

by the Mayor of London

Coordinated by 4 in10: London’s Child Poverty Network, the week provides an annual opportunity to put the spotlight on the reality of poverty in London and to campaign collectively for meaningful change. See more for RJ4All’s 2021 and 2022 events!

Mental Health Awareness Week 2023

At RJ4All, we believe in the significance of mental health and have been dedicated to making a positive impact on the SE16 post-code area through Sport and Well-being services, community warm hub and restorative justice art.

Best Charity or Social Enterprise 2020 Southwark Business Excellence Awards


This campaign aims to show young people everywhere that they might be lonely, but they’re not alone.

by the Mayor of London


This campaign aims to help people seeking safety in our country who are currently banned from working. They are unable to provide for themselves and their families and are often left to live in poverty.


This campaign was launched by six organisations (ADL, the NAACP, Sleeping Giants, Color of Change, Free Press and Common Sense) to asking advertisers to pause their spending on Facebook and Instagram ads for the month of July 2020.

Best Charity or Social Enterprise 2020 Southwark Business Excellence Awards


UK Youth launched #YoungAndBlack, a campaign to amplify young, Black voices in order to improve their lived experiences and make steps towards a fairer United Kingdom.

by the Mayor of London

#iwill PowerYouthCharter

RJ4All joined the Power of Youth Charter because we believe that all children and young people should be empowered to make a positive difference on the issues that affect their lives, their communities and broader society.

Thive London

Thrive London is a citywide movement to improve the mental health and wellbeing of all Londoners. It is supported by the Mayor of London and led by the London Health Board partners.


Social Prescribing Network

The Local Care Networks, in partnership with Community Southwark, are working to co-design and develop a more coordinated model of social prescribing in the borough. This will initially be focused on supporting people with long-term conditions, with a view to developing an evidence base for expanding to other population groups. 

Best Charity or Social Enterprise 2020 Southwark Business Excellence Awards


Sported has launched a campaign to spotlight the Cost of Living crisis and its impact on young people. 

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