Affiliate your organisation today

If you’re part of an organisation that shares our passion for protecting people’s rights, become an affiliate of Liberty today.

Liberty runs high-profile campaigns to influence national debate on everything from migrants’ rights to policing – and works closely with politicians from all parties to make sure they do the right thing when it comes to our rights.

We also bring groundbreaking legal challenges. From taking on mass state surveillance to fighting for equal pension rights for same-sex couples, our landmark test cases help change the law to make the UK a fairer place.

Liberty’s affiliates strengthen our voice and help us campaign for real, lasting change.

As an affiliate of Liberty, your organisation will have a say in our future and a chance to influence our policies and join debates at our annual conference, which brings together some of the brightest minds and best campaigners working in human rights today. As well as your welcome pack, you’ll receive our member magazine three times a year and regular campaign updates and actions by email.

To apply for an affiliation, please download the form below and return it to our freepost address, or contact us on 020 7378 3663 or for more information.

Liberty Affiliate Organisation form

Please note that all applications to affiliate to Liberty are sent to our board for approval.


Liberty has a proud history of fighting infringements on workers’ rights – from police brutality during the Hunger Marches of the 1930s to unfair pension rules for same-sex couples – and the trade union movement has never wavered in its support for our campaigns. Many unions are affiliated to Liberty at both local and national level.

Please support Liberty by affiliating your union or local branch today.

Download the form below and return it to our freepost address, or contact us on 020 7378 3663 or

Liberty Affiliate Organisation form

Our affiliates

BA Engineering ETUFE
Birkenhead Quaker Meeting
Bury Unitarian Church Council
CWU – Capital Branch
CWU – Darlington Amal
CWU – Eastern No. 5
CWU – Purley
General Assembly of Unitarian and Free Christian Churches
GMB – Manchester
Leeds Gay Community
NAPO – West Yorks Branch
National Secular Society
National Union of Journalists
Norfolk Community Law Service
The Foy Society
TSSA – London Bus Operators
TUC – Merton & Sutton
TUC – North Staffordshire
UNISON – Burnley
UNISON – Enfield
UNISON – Isle of Wight
UNISON – Knowsley
UNISON – Leicester City Branch
UNISON – Norfolk County
UNISON – Rochdale
UNISON – Southampton District
UNISON – Taunton Deane
UNISON – Wolverhampton
Unite – Belfast Shorts Branch
Unite – Brighton & Sussex University NHS Trust
Unite – Central Office
Unite – Dartford and North Kent
Unite – Surrey Insurance Branch
Unite – Tyne & Wear Voluntary Sector
Unite – West Midlands Branch 7685