Marmalade is an inclusive platform for social change, produced in Oxford by the Old Fire Station.

The next Marmalade will take place 9 - 12 April 2019.

If you want to be part of making it happen, contact us or subscribe to our newsletter below to stay up to date with the 2019 programme.

About Marmalade

Marmalade is the informal, dynamic, free and open-access fringe event to the Skoll World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship.

The core of Marmalade is user-centred content, generated by participants, focused on tackling complex social and environmental challenges. In-depth workshop formats, typically one or two days long, foster community, friendship and real-world outcomes.

We believe that relationships are the foundation for social change - relationships within organisations, across organisations, and between people with different amounts of power - including those whose voices are rarely heard.

What's it like?

Watch the videos for a taster.

Want to get a sense of how Marmalade works? Look no further than the video we produced from the event in 2018. Or 2017.

Or 2016. Or 2015. Or 2014. Or 2013. Or 2012. Or 2011. Or even 2010!

"It’s informal, it’s dynamic, and what’s more, it’s free. Started as a fringe event to the Skoll World Forum, Marmalade is generating its own momentum. It’s run by and for social movements, providing a genuinely open space to connect, collaborate and share ideas around social justice and community participation, locally and globally. It is inclusive to its core - it’s not often you see a CEO and a volunteer baking bread together, but that’s one of the memories from last year." - Marmalade Volunteer