Easy Read Guides to learn about the commons library, social change, campaigning, organising, story and stories of campaigns and people.
Easy Read Guides
An interview with Frank Hall-Bentick. Frank was one of Australia’s most prolific and celebrated disability advocates and campaigners.
Easy to use resources including guides, tips and videos provide advice on how to be more inclusive of people with an intellectual disability.
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.
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.
Learn all about the successful Franklin River Campaign that took place in Tasmania in the 1980s. Includes videos & school resources.
What is a campaign? and how do you start one? Here are ideas, steps and handouts from Campaign Bootcamp to help you get started with your campaign planning.
An accessible guide to story based strategy in movement building by the Center for Story Based Strategy.
Use a spectrum-of-allies analysis to identify the social groups (students, workers) that are affected by your issue, and locate those groups along a spectrum, from active opposition to active allies, so you can focus your efforts on shifting those groups closer to your position.