Lessons from Peace Brigades International and how it can be applied to understanding and resisting repression in an Australian context.
Anti oppression work
Questions can be revolutionary! An exploration of different approaches to questioning for organisers and facilitators.
RadHR providing radical, anti-oppressive approaches to human resources and operations. Access policies, guides and templates.
This article introduces some of the key concepts of transformative justice and provides links to a wide array of resources. Transformative justice describes a systems approach to identifying root causes of conflict and responding to these as a community.
A resource to help non-profit organisations make their workplaces more inclusive and supportive of transgender and gender diverse people.
Resources about resisting repression, defending civil liberties, promoting alternatives to repression and fostering nonviolent methods of social defence and social change.
A practical handbook and model for activists to be more effective when facing injustice and powerful, dangerous opponents.
Change the world with boycotts, workplace action and memes, political campaigns, disaster relief, civil disobedience and more.
Awareness of racial injustice is spreading and many white people are wondering how they can challenge white supremacy and act in solidarity. This article outlines Democracy in Colour’s Solidarity Network and shares thought provoking resources.
This article looks at connections between Indigenous rights and climate change and the legacies of genocide and oppression. It is directed at non-Indigenous people to encourage better allyship.
Making change means that our allies need the confidence to play different roles at different times depending on our respective needs and on the common goal.
The Intertwine Charter: Going beyond anti-discrimination and towards pro-active change to welcome others
The Intertwine Charter was codesigned to address intersectionality. It outlines 6 areas where organisations can improve and proactively welcome others.
These four short videos, two featuring Gary Foley and two featuring Robbie Thorpe, are essential viewing for non-Indigenous people seeking to act in solidarity with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
Allies work is key to building strong and diverse groups and social movements. An ally is someone outside an oppressed group or identity, who commits to standing alongside those people.
Decolonizing Solidarity is a book by Clare Land which offers directions (and knotty dilemmas) to people seeking to support Indigenous Struggles. This article includes suggested guidelines for book clubs discussing Decolonizing Solidarity which are also beneficial for other groups doing anti-oppression and ally work.
Consciousness raising was a key element of the second wave women’s movement enabling women to recognise that the personal is political. This article gives an overview of group consciousness raising processes relevant for any group based on a shared identity or experience of oppression.