Introduction Street medicine has its origins in the civil rights movements in the US in the late 1960s. Over the years Street Medics have evolved into an international informal community of people who provide medical and first aid support at protests and direct actions. The Melbourne Street Medic Collective (formerly MelbFACT) came together through the Occupy […]
Tips from Community Radio 3CR in Australia focussing specifically on interviews regarding sensitive topics.
Tips on how to acquire a sponsorship and approach organizations from The Activist Handbook, a wikipedia for activists.
What are the key elements of building a powerful coalition? Here are 3 tips to become a great coalition builder.
A sample script and tips learnt from having climate conversations whilst door knocking in the lead up to the 2022 Australian election.
Introduction The ‘first 100 days’ comes from when Franklin D. Roosevelt, the 32nd US President, was elected to power and he and his government made a phenomenal amount of change in a very short time including passing 76 pieces of legislation. For more see Why Do We Care About the First 100 Days? (David Roos, […]
This article provides tips and template for writing activist case studies that provide campaigners with opportunities to learn from peers and the past.
Quick tips and tools to improve your internet searching skills including using filters, truncation, phrase searching and hyphens.
Introduction The 1:1 meeting is a tool to establish, maintain, and grow relationships in organizing. Each 1:1 meeting has four key pieces: Purpose Be up front in establishing why you are meeting in order to make sure you are both on the same page. If you plan to ask the person you’re meeting with to […]
This article provides tips on how to run effective interviews for articles, research projects and podcasts.
A bingo sheet full of low barrier things folks can do to stay healthier and handle stress better when under pressure.
Build People Power and Capacity to run effective Campaigns and Movements to tackle the Climate Crisis
Tools, skills, and resources from 350.org to build capacity to run effective campaigns and movements to tackle the climate crisis.
Contributing to government submission processes can be a valuable way for individuals to have a say on issues they care about. This article outlines some of the steps you can take to make your submissions powerful.
An examination of the growing influence of far-right and conspiracy-driven ideologies, including interventions in left-wing and progressive movements. The article outlines eight ways activists and organisers can respond.
Tips, notes and presentation slides from a session at the FWD + Organise 2021 Conference about how to make online spaces more accessible.
Micro-course on making meetings inclusive and accessible for people who are Deaf or hard of hearing & people who are blind or vision impaired.
Tips on how to run a rapid response media campaign and sustain momentum beyond the immediate media moment.
Sorcha Rochford on how NationBuilder supported customers in running an election campaign and a nonprofit in the midst of the pandemic, with practical takeaways you can apply in the lead up to our next federal election.
Tips for personal and collective wellbeing and resilience during Covid-19 pandemic lockdowns. Insights from a survey by Commons Librarians.
The six-page PDF includes instructions, worksheet, and an example to get you started mapping the movies, shows, books and entertainment your audiences consume, and how to match stories with the kinds of actions you want your audience to take.