Rae Abileah and Nadine Bloch from Beautiful Trouble shared these key insights during Israel’s bombing of Gaza in October 2023.
What mainstream commentators get wrong about the historic uprisings of the Berlin Wall in 1989, and what civil resistance gets right.
Read an excerpt from the book Knocking The Top Off: A People’s History of Alcohol in Australia about the fight for equal pay.
Learn how to management & delegate better with the Delegation Cycle from Alison Green’s and Jerry Hauser’s book Managing to Change the World.
Learn from research and Joe Solomon’s personal experience with his brother’s transformation on how to bring people into your movement.
How to Win by Thinking like Your Opponent: Lessons from 350 Australia’s Campaign Against the Galilee Basin
This story illustrates 350 Australia’s strategic decision-making process as they took on the largest coal export facility project in the world, showcasing their ability to think like their opponent and strategically target banks, ultimately selecting the Commonwealth as their primary focus for maximum impact.
Examples – from 350.org and beyond – about ways people handled campaign losses in healthy, soul-giving, and strategic ways.
Insights into how Australian environmental groups use collective action frames in their communication on climate justice.
Many environmental and social change groups call for climate justice, but what does ‘climate justice’ actually mean?
This Knowledge Roundup about digital security practices for activists is from the Global Grassroots Support Network (GGSN).
Grassroots activism often lacks funding & support but the Global Grassroots Support Network (GGSN) has brought together organizers to tackle common challenges and share resources.
350.org shares valuable lessons on organizing civil disobedience for newcomers, emphasizing trust-building, narrative development, preparation for repression, affinity groups, and post-action debriefing.
Suggestions from the Commons Librarians about resources to explore in the Arts & Creativity topic area – to help you bring more art and heart to your social change activities.
This Knowledge Roundup about organizing against the far right is from the Global Grassroots Support Network (GGSN).
A list of articles and ideas from the Commons Librarians about resources to explore in archiving your work in social change.
A brief history of nonviolence training around the world, Australia and in the Pacific by a group called Pt’Chang.
Body Scanning is a wellbeing tool which can strengthen the capacity for holistic and regenerative leaderful organizing.
Comfort, Learning and Panic Zones is a leaderful organizing tool that can support us to create a transformative group culture.
Lessons learned from 350.org Canada’s “Climate Welcome” protest that pressured Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to take bold climate action.
Tips from Oxfam about how to write a letter that will have maximum impact on a Member of Parliament.