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Reports

6 covers of reports in a collage. One report title reads Storytelling and social change. Another report title reads How do we frame our way out of this mess?

How to Change the Narrative

Guides, manuals and tools to help you get the narrative and framing right no matter what social justice issue you are working on. 

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Making change: What works?

What key ingredients enable movements to realise significant change? Learn from four movements and this report’s insights and findings.

three images on front cover of report Civil resistance tactics in the 21st century. First photo of man on bike on road with writing Black Lives Matter in Washington, USA. 2nd photo of protestor with mask covering mouth holding one hand over his eye. 3rd photo is of a mass protest in Belarus with people waving red and white flags.

Civil Resistance Tactics in the 21st Century

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.

Front cover of the Purpose Driven Campaigning summary.

Purpose Driven Campaigning: 40 key principles for Growing Social Movements

Australian Progress has prepared this 40-point summary of Pastor Rick Warren’s bestselling book The Purpose Driven Church. The resource is based on Rick Warren’s experience of growing his church, Saddleback, from scratch to 20,000 members attending every week. Saddleback is now the eighth biggest church in the United States.

Framing the Economy

Framing the economy: How to win the case for a better system

The PIRC, the New Economics Foundation, NEON and the FrameWorks Institute have launched two story strategies that progressives can use to shift thinking on the economy. They’re built on values and metaphors that encourage the hope that change is possible and increase people’s support for progressive policies.

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