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Brighton & Hove Citizens

Brighton and Hove Citizens is an independent membership alliance of civil society institutions acting together for the common good of our city.

Our membership organisations reach over 25,000 of Brighton and Hove's citizens - pupils, teachers, parents, students and workers of all faiths and none.

Founded in April 2019 we have already held an Assembly with over 200 members of our community and the three leaders of the Labour, Conservative and Green parties in Brighton and Hove Council.

At this Assembly we announced the first issues we want to tackle - and asked the political leaders of our city to commit to change them with us.

Together our leaders and communities are:

  • Creating a Mental Health Service Pledge for our city, setting a standard for what young people can expect from our publicly funded services when needing help.
  • Working with Council to apply for Selective Licensing of Landlords, ensuring good landlords are supported and rogue landlords tackled in our city
  • Re-instating an accessible toilet in the Old Shoreham Road North Cemetery.
  • ensuring the Council supports existing providers to support our homeless community on weekends.

For regular updates on our work, follow us on Twitter @CitizensBH or find us on Facebook at /BHCitizens

Is your organisation, school, faith group or union interested in joining? Please contact our Community Organiser at frida.gustafsson@citizensuk.org

Sign up for updates from this chapter here.


Brighton and Hove Alliance Update July 2019

Our Alliance has been busy this July, achieving significant wins on our campaigns and making exciting plans for the year ahead. Our highlights are our mental health campaign team's deputation to Brighton and Hove City Council, and the Jews4Loos successful event at Hove Cemetery - opening the North Side toilets for the first time in 7 years!

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Brighton and Hove Alliance Update June 2019

Our alliance members have been busy working together to build community leaders, further our campaigns on local issues and connect with other groups in our city. Our highlights for the month of June are our meetings with the Greens and Conservatives, planning a deputation to Council's 54 Councillors and progress for our campaign to reinstate accessible toilets in Hove Cemetery.

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Brighton and Hove Citizens Call for Change

On the evening of the 29th April 2019, three days before the local elections, over two hundred people gathered for an evening of powerful stories, empowered questions, thoughtful responses, but most of all an evening of commitment to change under the banner of Brighton and Hove Citizens. It was the culmination of an initiative started over two years before, led by seven local organisations who recognised the possibility for change when people come together.

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