Research report by the Australian Parliamentary Library about the Legal and Social History of Native Title and the Mabo Decision.
Introduction “This study documents the findings of community organizers working in Central and Southeastern Europe, though its lessons are broadly applicable. The stories of organizing documented in this report cover a diversity of struggles, from climate work in Poland to Roma rights in Slovakia. From LGBT organizing in Romania to mothers building power to pass […]
Case studies, analysis of the successes and lessons learned from the Civil College Foundation’s Community Organizing Program in Hungary.
The 1938 Dalfram dispute involved workers at Port Kembla in Australia striking and refusing to load iron on a ship bound for Japan in 1938.
Why North-South Intersectionality Matters in Climate Justice: Perspectives of South Asian Australian Youth Climate Activists
What does climate justice actually look like in the Australian climate movement? Recommendations from a report by SAPNA reveal the need for diversity.
Guides, manuals and tools to help you get the narrative and framing right no matter what social justice issue you are working on.
An array of resources collated about the marriage equality campaign across the world including lessons learned about messaging and framing.
What key ingredients enable movements to realise significant change? Learn from four movements and this report’s insights and findings.
New research considers what Australian climate activism – specifically climate change civil resistance – looks like, how it is changing, and what it is achieving.
A report and analysis about Australian mainstream media coverage of climate protests and activists in 2019.
Actions and learnings from Australia’s Disrupt Land Forces Campaign at the Brisbane’s 2021 Land Forces weapons expo.
The words we use matter! The Passing the Message Stick report gathers research and recommendations about the messages that work to promote First Nations justice. Read an excerpt, watch the briefing session, and download the full report.
These new resources (publication and webinar) from the International Center of Nonviolent Conflict ICNC adds new methods of nonviolent action to the list of 198 methods categorized by Gene Sharp in 1973 in his book, The Methods of Nonviolent Action. It inspires, analyzes, and summarises Dr. Sharp’s tactics and updates his work by documenting additional methods of nonviolent action and scholarship.
A report about the rich, diverse and unique history of queer communities in Victoria reflected in places, objects and landscapes.
Why do movements matter? Why do we march on the streets or come together online? Great resource on movements and movement building.
An essential primer for activists to understand and explore how power impacts their work in order to design strategies from a more comprehensive, shared definition and analysis of power as it operates in society.
Research from surveys & interviews (over 1000 organisations) on the state of digital organising and online campaigns/activism across Europe.
This guide is designed to provide practical advice about how to effectively talk about climate change during a global pandemic and recession. It’s based on the findings of an extensive research project.
How do you measure gifts of time, expertise and leadership? What indicators can you use to assess grassroots power building, organising and volunteer initiatives?
Looking for research on how to frame an issue on a certain topic area? This collection of reports, articles, videos and podcasts on issues including climate, crime, equality, nature, poverty and health will help you develop powerful messages and narratives.