(Dis)solution is an Australian online and print journal published in Naarm/Melbourne. It is born out of a need for radical, critical thought and expression, particularly from emerging writers, artists and activists which challenges the catastrophic, ecocidal structures of the 21st century.
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.
A list of tips on how to write engaging articles from The Commons Social Change Library. Engage with topic, structure, tone and formatting.
Do you have an idea, case study, how to or article you would like to write in relation to social change? We would love to hear from you!
Policy writing is a key part of the work of not-for-profit individuals and organisations. Follow these tips to do it well.