Insights into how Australian environmental groups use collective action frames in their communication on climate justice.
Many environmental and social change groups call for climate justice, but what does ‘climate justice’ actually mean?
This article by Oxfam Australia provides tips to help get your letter to the editor published.
A short guide from People with Disability Australia PWDA with useful tips on how to portray images of people with disability.
Introduction This guide offers a blueprint for building and sustaining the collective power needed for workplace and electoral wins. However, just like an architectural blueprint, lines on a page on their own do nothing. It is up to organizers, activists and elected leaders to take the guidance herein and apply it when and however you […]
This guide has been written by people with disability to assist the general public & the media in talking about and reporting on disability.
Why North-South Intersectionality Matters in Climate Justice: Perspectives of South Asian Australian Youth Climate Activists
What does climate justice actually look like in the Australian climate movement? Recommendations from a report by SAPNA reveal the need for diversity.
Guides, manuals and tools to help you get the narrative and framing right no matter what social justice issue you are working on.
An array of resources collated about the marriage equality campaign across the world including lessons learned about messaging and framing.
Watch a video on Race Class Narrative – an approach that weaves together economic empowerment, racial justice, and gender equity.
Overturning the abortion ban in Ireland meant equipping people to share their stories and spark conversations with their friends and family.
How can activists reframe debates & beliefs? By challenging the assumptions that underpin them using powerful actions at points of intervention.
This collection provides how-to guides and resources regarding the skills and tactics you’ll need to reach your goals in election time.
Case study of anti fracking campaign in Canada. Interviews with mobilization leaders presents ten practices deemed as particularly effective.
New research considers what Australian climate activism – specifically climate change civil resistance – looks like, how it is changing, and what it is achieving.
A report and analysis about Australian mainstream media coverage of climate protests and activists in 2019.
An introduction to the concept of framing, drawing on George Lakoff’s book Don’t Think of an Elephant! Know Your Values and Frame the Debate.
This interactive ebook focuses on concepts and analytical frames we use when discussing how marginalised identities navigate their place in an assumed common culture.
A collection of resources which include suggested progressive framing and messaging of the Coronavirus/Covid-19 global pandemic and its various impacts.
Looking for research on how to frame an issue on a certain topic area? This collection of reports, articles, videos and podcasts on issues including climate, crime, equality, nature, poverty and health will help you develop powerful messages and narratives.