The IRC UK is part of a coalition of over 70 organisations calling on the UK government to play a leading role to help Crack the Crises and build a better world for all. 

Takha from Nepal as prepared by chef Niru.
Photo: Manar Marouf/IRC.

In 2021, we are facing some of the biggest challenges of our times: Covid, injustice and climate change. With the UK hosting two critical summits: the G7 in June, and the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) in November, UK decision-makers have an opportunity to demonstrate their leadership at home and abroad. 

That’s why Crack the Crises has brought people together to tackle these crises by taking individual actions, supporting others, and by asking decision-makers to act. 

We must act now to Crack the Crises. 

Building a better world starts here at home, with each of us. We can make sure that governments and corporations everywhere are held accountable for the changes we need so that every single one of us can live a safe, free, dignified life. 

That’s why we are uniting to help each other, at home and abroad, and harnessing our collective power.