Working together for lasting change in the British television industry
We believe that every freelancer working in our industry deserves decent working conditions, and so, the Coalition for Change works to advocate a culture that promotes respect, professionalism and investment in people.
We believe the best creative content will come from an industry that puts people first, celebrates differences, and enables us all to thrive. Ours is an industry made up of a huge range of companies, broadcasters and talented people, and we all have a role to play in shaping the way we work.
As part of the Coalition for Change, we aim to discuss issues that impact on the collective workforce including (but not limited to) employment and recruitment practices, health and safety, workplace culture, race and diversity, bullying and harassment, training and talent progression, new talent, and mental health and wellbeing.
Coalition for Change was established in August 2020 by freelance TV producer Adeel Amini (founder, The TV Mindset).
The Coalition convenes annually to discuss impact and update the charter.
The Freelance Charter
The Freelance Charter is the Coalition for Change's commitment and guideline documentation in building a better world for freelancers working in the UK's TV industry.
You can read the Freelance Charter by clicking the button below:
To view an online and accessible version of the Freelance Charter, please click here
25 August 2021
BBC, Amazon, Sky, Channel 4 & More Sign Charter To Improve Working Practices For UK TV Freelancers
Key figures from major broadcasters, streaming services and unions in the British TV industry have joined forces to pledge to improve working practices for freelancers in across the sector in the UK.
Contact the Coalition for Change
The Coalition for Change is constantly looking to grow and change for the benefit of the UK's working TV freelancers.
To find out how you can help or benefit, or to sign up as a member organisation, please contact the Coalition for Change using the following form.
We aim to respond within 48 working hours.