The Democracy Hub has a wide range of nonviolent tools and resources for anti-authoritarian and pro-democracy organizing.
Manuals and Guides
This guide documents the surge in antisemitic and Islamophobic hate incidents, explains the link between rhetoric and violence, and provides suggestions and resources to take action.
1/6 The Graphic Novel is a comic about the US Capitol attacks in 2021. It asks what if the insurrection had been successful?
Introduction The Activist Handbook is a Wikipedia-like site for everyone to exchange knowledge and experiences on activism. It’s open source and free to use. It’s by activists, for activists. They are an open community empowering progressive activists all over the world. The handbook has many resources including guides on how to grow movements, create successful […]
Conversation Guide about democracy from Living Room Conversations who use guided conversations to build understanding & transform communities.
The Leaderful Organizing Toolkit is a comprehensive resource that offers practical guidance, tools, and examples for fostering leadership and collective action within organizations and movements.
In the aftermath of a challenging referendum loss, our communities are facing a critical juncture. GetUp and Australian Progress offer a messaging guide for social change organisations, helping you speak out and channel emotions into constructive action. Read an excerpt and download the full report.
A collection of Australian Blockading Handbooks from the 1980s to the present including the Daintree, Franklin River, Jabiluka, etc.
A primer designed by re:power to help you understand how to best use digital organizing strategies and tactics to strengthen your electoral and advocacy organizing work.
Reaching across difference using authentic relational conversations and organising to build a pro-democracy movement in the United States.
Un Fil Entre Nos Bulles Guide mégalodeste pour l’organisation d’Espaces transnationaux en ligne (Français) [A Guide for organizing transnational online meetings in French]
Le guide, Un fil entre nos bulles, a été élaboré pour outiller les groupes dans la création d’événements transnationaux en ligne.
A guide to writing a solidarity statement by the Building Movement Project including examples of inspiring statements from different groups.
A guide to First Nations campaigning and activist resources in the Commons Social Change Library including stories and perspectives.
Persuasive messaging to build widespread support for transformative change, like treaties, truth-telling and representation, now and beyond the referendum.
A set of principles and practices that can root out inequality and exclusion while helping us turn toward, rather than against, each other.
The manual provides step by step actions for those who want to do something about hate, not only for the immediate aftermath of a hateful act, but for years to come to improve their community.
The Authoritarian Playbook: How Reporters can Contextualize and Cover Authoritarian Threats as Distinct from Politics-as-Usual
Guide for journalists and the media on the seven fundamental tactics used by aspiring authoritarians and a framework journalists can use to discern, contextualize, and cover the tactics.
Inclusive Activation Series Card Deck – For organisations seeking to be more genuinely inclusive to their employees, members, & communities.
Learn what “red lines” needed to be held during the election, step-by-step information for organizing in your community, and lessons from the field of civil resistance that can be applied to make change on a range of issues.
These resources from the Pathways to Repair project discuss the challenges of navigating relationships and resolving conflicts within communities, highlighting the need for pathways to repair and reduce harm.