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The Restart Project aims for a global shift towards a more sustainable and happier relationship with electronics.

Have we inspired you to rethink your relationship with electronics? To take action? To help others? Please make a donation to show your support.

We’re leading campaigners for the Right to Repair in the UK, and we’re helping drive the European campaign for the Right to Repair.

We hosted our first Restart Party in a north London pub in June 2012. Since then, together with people from Montreal to Leicester to Milan, our growing network has helped more than 20,000 people extend the life of their gadgets, and prevented over 23,000 kg of unnecessary waste from entering landfill.

In 2020, thanks in part to our pressure, a Parliamentary Committee recommended that “Right to Repair” be enshrined in law. We gathered the UK repair community online at Fixfest UK, continued to map repair businesses in London, and helped prepare donated laptops for people in need.

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Your donations will help us to:

  • Inspire and educate

    We aim to provide students and teachers with valuable repair skills, and the materials to embed repair in schools. We also stimulate wider discussion about better, sustainable products with our podcast.

  • Change the system

    We are collecting data on barriers to repair with repair activists from around the world. And we use this evidence to push for longer-lasting products and our Right to Repair in future policy

  • Promote local action and connection

    We provoke people to think, talk, and get hands-on experience. In addition to enabling more communities to share repair skills, we want to stimulate local repair economies by mapping and linking with businesses.