Extreme poverty will not be ended by charities, businesses or governments working alone. Defeating extreme poverty requires us to change the rules, systems and structures that keep people poor so that the potential of every person can be realised – something that requires the support of all of charities, businesses and governments. In the Global Poverty Project (GPP) they believe that we can change specific policies and practices that contribute to keeping people in extreme poverty when an organised, critical mass of individuals in society aspire to the values of global citizenship, and are organised and equipped to take meaningful action. Maybe by repeating this cycle across many issues, this movement will be able to ensure that governments, businesses and individuals act with greater alignment to the interests of the world’s poor, so that progressively, the systems, structures, policies and processes are changed, ending extreme poverty by 2030. The GPP designs and hosts campaigns on critical issues, capitalize on influential moments and key people, tries to build a movement to end extreme poverty and finally channels the voices and actions of global citizens.