Resources to talk about race from the Living Room Conversations. This includes 5 Conversation Guides, a glossary, videos and readings.
Looking for inspiring videos, films and documentaries about social change and activism? The Commons Library has collated them for you.
Learn all about Carly Findlay-writer, speaker, disability and appearance activist in Australia-through her books, articles, podcasts & videos.
Introduction This guide offers a blueprint for building and sustaining the collective power needed for workplace and electoral wins. However, just like an architectural blueprint, lines on a page on their own do nothing. It is up to organizers, activists and elected leaders to take the guidance herein and apply it when and however you […]
Histories and case studies from Australia of the fight for independence, inclusion, equality, access and services for people with disability.
A timeline of protests in Australia by people with disability for independence, inclusion, access and services from the 1970s to 2020s.
Learn all about El Gibbs, an Australian Disability Advocate, through her writing and books, podcasts and webinars.
A great collection of TED talks to watch by people with disabilities about disability rights, perceptions, accessibility, inclusivity, design and work.
People Power, Civil Resistance and Nonviolent Action NVA Trainers and Facilitators – Lists of training activities from Beautiful Trouble.
Free, online video courses about disability advocacy, introduction and best practice, from the Disability Advocacy Resources Unit DARU.
Books, videos and podcasts to learn more about Judith “Judy” Heumann. She was a disability rights activist in the United States.
Care Work: Dreaming Disability Justice is a collection of essays by Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha published in 2018. It is an influential text for disability advocates and all people working to overcome systems of oppression.
An online conversation between Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha and Elliott Fukui on the intersections of disability justice and transformative justice.
Three courses by 350.org about how to campaign and social movements. The courses are very user friendly, easy to follow and accessible.
A collection of resources for celebrating and supporting transgender visibility – on Trans Day of Visibility and everyday.
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.
Learn from Social Movement Technologies how not for profit groups are using TikTok in their campaigns to create change.
Introduction Academic scholars contribute to progressive social change in a variety of ways. Some, like other workers, are involved with unions and advocacy addressing exploitation, exclusion and discrimination in the workplace. Others take part in campaigns and movements unconnected to their paid work. Some undertake research which feeds into policy formation and, along with teaching, […]
Find out the difference between advocacy and activism in this book chapter published in 2022 by Jane Johnston and Robyn Gulliver.