The organiser’s canvas is a visual aid that help organisers think creatively around the organizing process. It allows the organiser to focus on individual leadership practices whilst keeping track of how these practices flow into one another to create the greater whole.
Leading Change Network
The Leading Change Network develops leadership and supports organisers around the world through a community of practice, ongoing learning and coaching. Rooted in community organising, social movement, and civic traditions, the Leading Change Network grew out of the work of Marshall Ganz, his collaborators, their students, and others.
The resources in this collection include articles and training curriculum from Marshall Ganz, as well as manuals and case studies from organisers who have been trained in his approach.
Podcast with Marshall Ganz and leaders about how they organize their communities and build the power their people need to achieve real change.
An introduction to community organising by Marshall Ganz, a key thinker and educator in the field.
Marshall Ganz is a key thinker and educator in the field of community organising. This article gathers two informative videos and details of other ways to learn from Marshall Ganz.
This chapter by Marshall Ganz, lecturer and activist, investigates social movement leadership and takes us through examples from history. He outlines Leadership Practices: Relationship, Story, Strategy, Action; Structuring Social Movements; and Leadership Development.
Marshall Ganz discusses narrative strategy, story of self & the importance of communicating values through stories in developing social movements.
Do you want to know about building leadership teams and organising? 12 videos by Marshall Ganz that will help you learn all about setting up a team.
Learn all about public narrative and the power of story through this series of videos from Marshall Ganz and the Resistance School.
An empowering case study of how hundreds of mums in Serbia lobbied their government MPs to fix a maternity leave payment problem.
This handbook, based on the work of Marshall Ganz, aims to support you in developing your capacity for effective community organizing. It covers five key practices of organizing to build people power for change.