Listen to Professor Isaacs – to get a briefing about everything COVID-19, where it came from, what makes it a pandemic, and how to stay safe.
Want to listen to podcasts related to social change and activism? The Commons Library has collected lots of podcasts and interviews for you. Get listening!
Teachers’ union activist Randi Weingarten discusses her experiences of social change and educational reform.
Curious about the remarkable rise of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and policies like the Green New Deal? We talk to Andrés Bernal about both.
Bonnie Honig, one of the world’s top democratic theorists, discusses current crises and shocks.
Myint Cho, Burmese student pro-democracy activist, discusses the civil disobedience movement in Burma from past to present.
Michelle Meagher discusses her experience as a corporate lawyer, and lessons on reducing corporate market power.
Arnie Graf discusses his 45 years of community organising experience, from his early days with Saul Alinsky,
Tyson Yunkaporta discusses Indigenous thinking on power, change, being and coping with chaos.
A book about how small-scale drones, satellites, kites, and balloons are used by social movements for the greater good.
A chat with one of the biggest names in US community organizing, Ernie Cortes, including history, Industrial Areas Foundation (IAF) & Saul Alinksy.
ChangeMaker Chat with Danielle Celemajer: How Changemakers can walk with crisis and harness the power of storytelling
Danielle Celemajer discusses her book Summertime about the Black Summer fires and how she learned to cope with crisis
Ed Miliband, leader of the United Kingdom Labour Party, describes how political parties can be agents for major change.
Community organiser and Deputy Director of Citizens UK Jonathan Cox discusses the importance of scale in community organising.
Prisms of the People: Power and Organizing in Twenty First Century America – Summary & Related Resources
A collation of resources about the book – Prisms of the People: Power and Organizing in Twenty First Century America – by Hahrie Han, Elizabeth McKenna and Michelle Oyakawa.
Digital changemaking with Meena – Learn how she has created scaled change and worked with communities in the Global South.
Listen to this podcast with Sam Rye about using decentralised leadership to build a movement for ecological restoration in Australia.
5 podcasts for your listening pleasure – A wealth of podcasts have been created to inform and inspire us about what’s happening at COP26.
Interview with Craig Reucassel: How a career as a comedian and political satirist prepared him to talk about climate change with a diverse audience.
Save Our Sons opposed military conscription for Australia’s role in the United States invasion and occupation of Vietnam.
Street marches and trade union action typified Australian resistance to the building of nuclear reactors and uranium mining and export.