This article provides tips on how to run effective interviews for articles, research projects and podcasts.
Watch this video presentation about beer strikes and the history of hotel / pub boycotts in Australia in the early 1900s.
Points of Assumption – A list of Australian examples of tactics and actions that have reframed debates and beliefs and made social change.
Australian examples of actions that intensify impact in terms of ensuring visibility, challenging opponents, and disrupting narratives.
Interview with an Extinction Rebellion activist about a protest against BlackRock in 2019. She explains how the action was conceptualised, organised & run.
A collection of case studies of how activists have intervened in elections collated by The Commons Social Change Library.
This collection provides how-to guides and resources regarding the skills and tactics you’ll need to reach your goals in election time.
Explore the concepts and tensions that surround elections and activism with some interesting reading collated by the Commons Library.
Lines of Resistance: A Symposium on Media, Arts & Activism that profiles research on the role of media and visual arts in activist movements.
Article about organisations fighting misinformation and disinformation from the FWD + Organise Conference 2021 in Australia.
Watch webinar which brought together a panel of activists to share their insights about the campaign to stop Independent Assessments.
Covid 19 marshals can help ensure safety during demonstrations. Insights into what equipment is needed and how to organize teams of marshals.
Summary of key resources about scaling – the process of increasing the size, strength, geographical reach, & impact of social movements.
Learn about cohesion fostering practices and processes in this article by Liane Munro about how activist groups can be more cohesive and effective.
Scaling framework tool for campaigners to evaluate existing efforts and think about new ways of broadening and deepening impact.
Blockades that changed Australia including Jabiluka, the Bentley blockade, S11, Nookanbah and the Knitting Nannas.
A timeline of blockades against logging, development, mining in Australia and around the world from the seventies to the nineties.
Resources focused on case studies and stories of how communities have organised to secure housing, financial and other support for the unwaged and those on low incomes.
Jim Munro gives an account of how the Unemployed Workers Movement started and actions taken in the 1920s in Melbourne, Australia.
A talk about how the squatting of empty houses and military camps forced governments in Australia to provide emergency shelter in the 1940s.