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How to Support Black Lives Matter UK: Petitions to Sign

Updated: Jun 15, 2020

Every name counts in a petition, and these are deserving of millions. Sign your name to the below petitions and you could help free someone from an injust imprisonment, get justice for the families of those whose lives have been taken by racist police systems, transform biased and untruthful education curriculums into realistic learning resources, and help make sure that the Black Lives Matter movement continues to be one that prospers and grows, permanently.

UPDATE: PETITIONS IN THE UK WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED UNLESS ON THE GOVERNMENT WEBSITE. We have removed all petitions from this page, but have saved them elsewhere and will be re-sharing them here, when they are on the government website.


Teach Britain's colonial past as part of the UK's compulsory curriculum

Add education on diversity and racism to all school curriculums

Making the UK education curriculum more inclusive of BAME history

Health & Safety

Improve maternal mortality rates and health care for Black women in the UK

Black Women in the UK are 5 times more likely to die during pregnancy and after childbirth compared to White Women.

Implement the home affairs select committee report on youth violence in full

Investment in Prevention, early intervention, and youth services; provision of effective youth interventions targeted to those most affected and at risk of violence; Department for Education should take action to tackle racial disproportionality in school exclusion.

Create an independent investigatory commission to help protect ethnic minorities

Make fire safety a defined material consideration for planning applications

Instagram accounts to follow to diversity your feed

Read Siana's article on the Independent here, and another piece of their writing for VICE: So Now You Realise Black Lives Matter – What Next?


Suspend future sales of tear gas and other crowd control equipment to the USA

Condemn the US government for the use of force against its citizens


Introduce mandatory ethnicity pay gap reporting

Increase minimum wage for social care staff to £10.72

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