A comprehensive and broad range of books to read if you are Interested in activism, campaigning, organising, social change and justice.
Two introductory videos where you can learn more about the Commons Library. The videos are presented by Iain McIntyre, Commons Librarian and Historian.
A collection of Australian Blockading Handbooks from the 1980s to the present including the Daintree, Franklin River, Jabiluka, etc.
A collection of resources by The Commons Social Change Library to help you learn all about activism, organising and campaigning.
A collection of quotes about power, social change and organising collected by the Commons Social Change Library.
Need some fundraising help? The Commons Library has collated a list of fundraising resources for not for profits and crowdfunders.
Easy Read Guides to learn about the commons library, social change, campaigning, organising, story and stories of campaigns and people.
Tips and checklists for planning and running accessible protests and other actions.
The participation of people with disability makes groups, campaigns and movements stronger! A webinar presented by the Commons & PWDA.
Here are some tips and ideas of ways to make your research more inclusive when working with people with disability.
Guidelines, examples and tips to facilitate inclusive research practices and promote co-ownership of research with people with disability.
Learn all about Carly Findlay-writer, speaker, disability and appearance activist in Australia-through her books, articles, podcasts & videos.
A great collection of TED talks to watch by people with disabilities about disability rights, perceptions, accessibility, inclusivity, design and work.
Books, videos and podcasts to learn more about Judith “Judy” Heumann. She was a disability rights activist in the United States.
See what’s new in the Commons Social Change Library – making activism smarter and stronger.
Easy Read uses clear language with images so everyone understands. These guides provide information about campaigns and social issues.
Easy Read uses clear language matched with images so everyone understands. These guides introduce advocacy and campaigning.
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?
Would you like to gain an understanding of what different terms mean in the world of campaigning and organising?
Results of the Organising Models Mapping Project survey focused on influences, structure, subgroups, and how models can be strengthened.