Blueprints for Change how-to guides are put together by campaign innovators in order to help progressive organizers and groups up their game more quickly. The “blueprints” capture, communicate and inform innovative campaigning strategies and tactics. You can download BfC’s guides as pdfs from the Commons (see the box at the bottom of the page) or view the evolving Google docs.
WhatsApp is a mobile application used for one-to-one, group, or broadcast messaging. It is free, encrypted end-to-end, and is one of the most widely used mobile apps in the world, with over 4.93 billion active users in 2018. In advocacy and movement building, WhatsApp can be used for communication between campaigners, a platform for supporter community building, a way to activate distributed networks and a channel for crowdsourced knowledge.
- Disclaimer / request for your help 2
- Summary 2
- Who’s doing it? 2
- Impact/ Why do this? 3
- When to Use WhatsApp 4
- When NOT to use WhatsApp 6
- Setup Steps/ Stages 7
- Warning: The other side uses WhatsApp too! 13
- Further resources 14
- Attribution 15
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- Technology - Platforms