Our work takes time, energy and resources. We’re almost entirely made up of people giving us their spare time, save for one administrator who keeps on top of the less-exciting tasks that might otherwise distract us from spending time on the streets.

Attend one of our workshops

The preferred way of getting involved with Green and Black Cross is by getting trained as a legal observer or action medic. These ‘on the ground’ support roles form the lifeblood of GBC, and are often a first step towards more involvement in the group.

» Find out how to get trained

Attend a local group meeting

If you’re unable to attend a workshop but have something useful to bring to GBC, you might want to attend your local group meeting.

» Find out about local groups

Give a donation

We appreciate that many people can only give us very little, if any time at all. We do have operational costs to cover, so giving us a donation is also a gesture of solidarity.

» Find out how to give us a donation

Key Messages

  • No Comment
  • You do not need to answer police questions, so don’t.

  • No Personal Details
  • You don't have to give details under ANY stop and search power.

  • No Duty Solicitor
  • Use a recommended solicitor with protest experience.

  • No Caution
  • They admit guilt for an alleged offence that might never get to court.

  • What Power?
  • Ask "What power?" to challenge a police officer to act lawfully.