The Activist Handbook is a Wikipedia-like site for everyone to exchange knowledge and experiences on activism. It’s open source and free to use. It’s by activists, for activists. They are an open community empowering progressive activists all over the world. The handbook has many resources including guides on how to grow movements, create successful petitions and organise protests. They enable activists all over the world to exchange knowledge and experiences on their Wiki based platform. Visit Activist Handbook
The following guides are for anyone who is interested in writing for the Activist Handbook website, or who wants to gain general tips for contributing to other websites for activists.
Would you like to start writing guides for activists? Do you find it difficult to get started with the first few words? This guide will help you!
By making use of our recommended sections, you never start with an empty canvas. Through years of experience, writers at Activist Handbook have figured out the best way to structure a guide for change-makers.
Following these guidelines will:
- Make your guides more accessible
- Help activists find the content they are looking for faster
- Help you avoid a writer’s-block
Activist Handbook Quality Guidelines
In this guide, we explain how Activist Handbook evaluates the quality of the guides on our website. We also use these same guidelines for external resources. As a writer, you can use these to write better guides.
- Activist Handbook Collection
- Writing for the Commons Library
- How to Write Engaging Articles
- How to Write a Book Review
- How to Write a Case Study
- How to Conduct Interviews for Articles, Research & More