About the Manifesto Club
The Manifesto Club campaigns against the hyperregulation of everyday life. We support free movement across borders, free expression and free association. We challenge booze bans, photo bans, vetting and speech codes - all new ways in which the state regulates everyday life on the streets, in workplaces and in our private lives.
We believe that the freedom issues of the twenty-first century cut across old political boundaries, and require new schools of political thought, and new methods of campaigning and organisation.
Our rapidly growing membership hails from all political traditions and none, and from all corners of the world. Their support is essential to us. Members contribute financially to enable us to organise events and campaigns, and to release publications. But our membership is also essential to the intellectual, political and organisational work of the club.
To join this group of free thinkers and campaigners see our Membership Page, or to find out more email Manifesto Club director Josie Appleton: firstname.lastname@example.org
The club is coordinated by a Steering Committee based in London.
Write to us at the Free Word Centre, 60 Farringdon Road, City of London EC1R 3GA.
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Images: A Sportsday Against Vetting - part of our Campaign Against Vetting, Campaigning Against Leafleting Bans in London, Taking Manifesto Club campaigns to conferences and events