Activists throughout history have put social movement work on hold for the electoral arena. Determining whether to do so is a matter of strategy and calling.
Samuel Chu – founder of Hong Kong Democracy Council in the US – discusses the Hong Kong pro-democracy movement and international solidarity.
Changemaker Chat with Owen Jones: The story behind one of the United Kingdom’s most high profile left wing figure
Listen to the story of Owen Jones – a British left wing and Labour party activist, writer, orator and political commentator.
Bonnie Honig, one of the world’s top democratic theorists, discusses current crises and shocks.
Myint Cho, Burmese student pro-democracy activist, discusses the civil disobedience movement in Burma from past to present.
The practicalities and possibilities of using holograms to challenge and subvert anti-protest laws are explored in this case study from Spain.
Whistleblowing: A Practical Guide tells how to assess your options, prepare for action, use low-profile operations, negotiate official channels, leak, build support and survive the experience.
Engaging with the 46th Parliament is a key part of working in the policy and advocacy sector of Australian not-for-profit organisations. Here’s some key details you should know.
An introduction to Australian Parliamentary Committees and ways advocates can navigate and utilise them. Includes a recording of a seminar presented by a Parliamentary Committee secretary.
Hear from amazing speakers about First Nations Justice, rebuilding our economy, democracy and creating a safe climate for all.
Learn how to talk more effectively about government, democratic participation and reform, and ways to motivate people to get involved.
This interactive ebook focuses on concepts and analytical frames we use when discussing how marginalised identities navigate their place in an assumed common culture.