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Changemakers’ Toolkit

Welcome to the Changemakers’ Toolkit – a training resource for campaigners, activists, and changemakers of all kinds.

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How to Create a Campaign

How do you start a campaign for social change? Learn how to create a campaign using tools such as the Spectrum of Allies.

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Social Change Myths

What are the facts about social change and social movements? Daniel Hunter myth busts common misconceptions about how change happens.

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Campaign Tactics

Learn all about tactics for your campaigns including how to adapt their tone for different events and explore different examples.

The Power of Story: The Story of Self, Us and Now

Learn all about the power of story and how to tell a story to inspire, make change and motivate action using a framework developed by Harvard Professor Marshall Ganz called “Public Narrative” that revolves around three elements – a Story of Self, Us, and Now.

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Health and Climate Activism

Exploring the link between climate activism and its impact on our mental and physical health including positive and negative health experiences.

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How to Map a Movement

Learn how to map a movement to help understand the landscape, the other players, what’s missing, what’s most needed, and where things like power imbalances and conflicts are causing problems.

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