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Resources to enable groups to plan effective campaigns and other social change projects. These tools will help you assess the social and political situation, identify opportunities, map stakeholders, develop clear objectives, and come up with creative and powerful tactics.
You will find additional strategy guidance and inspiration in the case studies section.
This interview with Nicky Ison includes tools and ideas for how to incorporate systems thinking into your campaign work and strategy.
A climate action campaign tool to analyse if an institution-decision maker is in the Denial, Delay, Diversification or Decarbonisation stage.
A podcast that goes behind the headlines and hashtags, inviting movement storytellers to share lessons from social justice campaigns.
Community resistance has been astonishingly effective at stopping mining in India. This article draws from the book Iron Will.
Community resistance has been astonishingly effective at stopping mining in Brazil. This article draws from the book Iron Will.
Activist case studies are histories & accounts of campaigns and events which includes lessons and insights that can be applied more broadly.
Learn about the Divestment campaign case study in Australia which aimed to secure commitments from institutions to divest from fossil fuels.
Looking to start a campaign or improve your campaign strategy? Here is a list of manuals, templates, tools and other resources to get you started.
Understanding power relationships is crucial knowledge for people engaged in social change. Here are guides, tools and other resources.
Identify the institutions that your target relies on for support so you can weaken or disrupt their power.
Map the power dynamics at play to identify your primary target and design a winning campaign strategy.
Quick guide to understand the different forms of power – Power over, Power With, Power To and Power Within.
This matrix presents how different dimensions of power interact to shape the problem and the possibility of citizen participation and action.
The Power Cube is a tool to analyse the power your targets hold so you can create a more effective campaign strategy and bring about change.
This Campaign Starter Pack from Campaign Bootcamp UK contains information, inspiration and activity sheets, based on the experience and knowledge of people who have fought for change.
Are you planning your first campaign? This Handout is designed to give you the skills and confidence to run your first campaign.
What is a campaign? and how do you start one? Here are ideas, steps and handouts from Campaign Bootcamp to help you get started with your campaign planning.
This guide has resources to help you think about how power is at play and to take action to transform power and build solidarity in social change.
Useful tools to help with planning and reflections in your campaigns – Before Action Reviews (BARs) and After Action Reviews (AARs).