Jamie Kelsey-Fry is a contributing editor to New Internationalist magazine, a member of the advisory board for the International Modern Media Institute, the author of the Rax Active Citizenship Toolkit, the director of ground breaking educational and campaigning skills providers Rax Consultancy and co-founder of Talk Fracking.
He is a well known news commentator and has appeared on BBC 1, 2 and 3, Channel 4 and Channel 5, Vice and Russia Today as well as providing over 50 news reviewer spots on BBC Radio London, BBC Radio 2, BBC Radio 4, BBC Radio 5 Live, LBC and several regional and European stations.
His key areas of expertise are progressive education, activism, climate and economic justice, global human rights, new social and economic systems, new media and new internationalism.
He has worked with or supported a wide range of grassroots groups including Occupy London, Occupy Democracy, No Dash For Gas, Fuel Poverty Action, Free West Papua, Carnival Of Dirt, Real Media, Climate Camp, UK Uncut, Reclaim The Power, Disabled People Against Cuts, Liberate Tate and the anti-G8 movement.
He has also worked for over ten years in local community campaigning and founded the community led A4 Youth Club in east London, the A4 All Stars boys football team and the award winning Cyrus Kids Gardening Club.
He has published several articles with New Internationalist and had a guest piece in New Statesman and the Education Review.
His Rax Consultancy provides workshops and bespoke sessions in campaigning and active participation based on over 20 years of teaching in secondary schools and campaigning globally. His clients have included Kids Company, the Citizenship Foundation and the House of Fairy Tales as well as over 50 schools and teacher training centres across the UK.
Establishments where he has given presentations include Caius College Cambridge, the Churchill Rooms in the Treasury and Tent City University outside St Pauls during the Occupy London Stock Exchange camp in 2011.
For any enquiries regarding media appearances, educational or campaigning consultancy or the Rax Toolkit please contact through this website.