About Campacc

The Campaign Against Criminalising Communities (CAMPACC) was formed in March 2001 in response the banning of 21 organisations under powers of the Terrorism Act 2000. The Campaign brings together human rights activists, lawyers, journalists, and communities which find themselves targeted by so-called 'anti-terrorism' legislation. CAMPACC organises public meetings, petitions, Parliamentary lobbies, submissions to Parliamentary bodies, as well as protests at court hearings and prisons.

Read CAMPACC's aims and objectives

Read the CAMPACC statement

Download the CAMPACC leaflet (pdf file)

If you wish to become a supporter, please download a form and return to us.

Could you spend a couple of hours a week (or more) volunteering with CAMPACC?. Read more here.

If you would like to make a donation towards CAMPACC's work, see here.

Contact us for more information.