Equality works for everyone.
Let’s make it a reality in Cambridge.

We campaign against harmful gaps between rich & poor.

Our research shows the impact of wealth gaps in Cambridge:

• unaffordable housing

• rising hunger

• social care cuts bite

• 11 year health gap

We think Cambridge can do better.

We believe Cambridge can be a beacon of fairness.

Our city needs a radical blueprint for change.

Our Projects

What we're doing to challenge inequality and unfairness in Cambridge

Education

Raising awareness of the harm inequality does

Pay & Wealth

Promoting fairer pay scales and an inequality fund 

Our Events

Wednesday 5 September 2018

Cambridge Blue, 85-87 Gwydir Street

The Cambridge Commons AGM

Thursday 11 October 2018

Friends Meeting House, 12 Jesus Lane

Latest Video

Tamasin Cave on corporate lobbying

Promoting equality in Cambridge: our AGM with Robert Porrer

It’s been a significant year in the life of The Cambridge Commons and our AGM this past Thursday was an opportunity to take stock. In just 12 months we have: run 17 events in the imagine2027 series with 3,000+ seat reservations built a mailing list of 1,300+ supporters of greater equality run a forum for

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Cambridge Conversations at Grovebury Ladies

So the Cambridge Conversations project is starting to feel like ‘a thing’. Five of us volunteers took ourselves out of our comfort zone and went to meet a brilliant group of women, the Grovebury Ladies, a social group of women who meet at the Arbury Community Centre. Many have lived in the same houses in

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Blog – Big Tent Ideas Festival

The “Big Tent Ideas Festival” Babraham, Cambs, 8 September 2018.   Some thoughts the “Big Tent” event attended recently by TCC Member Kimon Roussopoulos.   The event was co-chaired by George Freeman MP (Con, briefly was Life Sciences minister) and (Baroness) Sally Morgan, sometime Blair advisor in Number 10 and other capacities.  It was the

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