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Books, Journals and Excerpts

Titled 'How to create a campaign'. Two illlustrations. The one on the right shows... Title reads 'Politicians are like a balloon'. Illustration of a rock with a balloon tied to it floating above. In the balloon is a picture of a man wearing a suit. Drawn on the rock are outlines of people and a heart shape where the heart sits in the body. The illustration on the left shows...A half pie chart diagram illustration representing and titled 'Spectrum of Allies'. There are five segments and arrows pointing from right to left. A person is in each segment representing hostility to neutrality to being happy.

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.

Titled 'Social change myths'. Illustration of 3 speech bubbles. One says Myths, the other VS and the other Facts.

Social Change Myths

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

Titled 'Campaign Tactics'. Illustration of a loudhailer with different objects floating out of it including icons for a phone, video play, clock and cog. Leaning against the lip of the loudhailer is a target board with an arrow in the centre and there are a few gold coins lying on the ground beneath it.

Campaign Tactics

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

Book cover reading United We Stand: Class Struggle in Colonial Australia with an image of unionists marching.

Rebels In The Workforce: Women Worker’s Resistance in the Nineteenth Century

Tom O’ Lincoln’s 2005 book United We Stand: Class Struggle in Colonial Australia chronicles the development of capitalism following invasion and the rise of unions and other organisations in response. The following excerpt from a 2024 edition published by Interventions discuss women’s resistance to workplace exploitation during a period of rapid industrialisation.

(Dis)solution Magazine

(Dis)solution is an Australian online and print journal published in Naarm/Melbourne. It is born out of a need for radical, critical thought and expression, particularly from emerging writers, artists and activists which challenges the catastrophic, ecocidal structures of the 21st century.

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