Easy Read uses clear language with images so everyone understands. These guides provide information about campaigns and social issues.
Looking for articles, books, case studies, tips about social change and activism? You’ve found the right place – The Commons Social Change Library.
Here is a framework for understanding how the anti-trans movement works and collaborates and how we defeat it.
The growing appeal of board games has some important lessons for social change and social movements, argues Steve Wright.
Easy Read uses clear language matched with images so everyone understands. These guides introduce advocacy and campaigning.
Introduction This episode features an interview by Commons Librarian Holly Hammond with novelist, playwright, screenwriter, and historian Sarah Schulman. They discuss the nature of effective coalitions, the challenges of accurately documenting social movements, and lessons from campaigns led by the AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power (ACT UP) during the 1980s and 1990s. A participant in […]
Disability rights campaigners chat about how campaigns can be more effective & accessible, history and the importance of rest and fun.
A list of courses for activists and campaigners about digital campaigning and online organising from Social Movement Technologies.
Here is a new framework for understanding social change by the Sheila McKechnie Foundation in the UK. It is called the Social Change Grid.
Resources for women’s activism and cis-tem change for IWD and beyond. Are you ready to take your next step for gender justice and liberation?
Tips from Social Movement Technology’s course Top Tools & Tactics to Bump Up Your Online Organizing Game on how to measure your impact.
A framework that helps people and organizations build stronger communities. It provides a template for anyone who brings people together.
A personal account of Australian activist, Bryan Law, the ‘Peace Preacher’. Learn about his anti-war campaign and its execution.
A Digital Storm is an online event mobilising the public to email, call, text and post comments to a corporate or government target.
A letter delivery is a planned event where representatives from a group or campaign deliver a letter to a manager or business.
Find out the difference between advocacy and activism in this book chapter published in 2022 by Jane Johnston and Robyn Gulliver.
Democracy Labs applies innovative tech to social justice and voting rights causes. Here is a list of tech ideas for campaigners & organizers.
Research report by the Australian Parliamentary Library about the Legal and Social History of Native Title and the Mabo Decision.
Would you like to gain an understanding of what different terms mean in the world of campaigning and organising?
Introduction to thinking about accessibility engagement and events, providing a set of principles and key considerations.
Questions can be revolutionary! An exploration of different approaches to questioning for organisers and facilitators.