Learn more about Palestine, to inform your advocacy or solidarity actions. APAN has gathered many useful materials to get you started.
Justice, Diversity & Inclusion
This activity makes visible the margins of the group and aims to support group members to feel seen and welcomed.
Learn from research and Joe Solomon’s personal experience with his brother’s transformation on how to bring people into your movement.
Many environmental and social change groups call for climate justice, but what does ‘climate justice’ actually mean?
A guide to writing a solidarity statement by the Building Movement Project including examples of inspiring statements from different groups.
Find a comprehensive list of resources from The Commons Social Change Library on diversity, inclusion and solidarity in social movements.
Race Class Narrative Checklist is a tool for increasing inclusion and solidarity in movements, by ensuring we push back against racism and classism.
The Republic of Kunbábony is a group roleplay exercise which explores strategic ways to get involved in the political process.
A set of principles and practices that can root out inequality and exclusion while helping us turn toward, rather than against, each other.
Inclusive Activation Series Card Deck – For organisations seeking to be more genuinely inclusive to their employees, members, & communities.
This Intersectionality Toolkit offers a comprehensive guide to understanding and integrating intersectionality into climate action.
Rendre le Militantisme plus Accessible (French – Français) [Making Your Activism Accessible in French]
Ce guide a été élaboré pour aider les militants à rendre leurs espaces, événements, réunions et communications plus accessibles, afin que chacun soit le bienvenu et encouragé à rejoindre un mouvement pour la justice de toutes les manières possibles !
The Transport for All campaign, coordinated by DRC Advocacy, is fighting for accessible public transport in Victoria, Australia. An interview with Ally Scott and Greg Ferrington about the campaign.
Easy Read Guides to learn about the commons library, social change, campaigning, organising, story and stories of campaigns and people.
Interview with Rochelle Porteous, experienced campaigner on a range of issues and the Advocacy Manager at the Council for Intellectual Disability.
The article highlights the urgent need for peacebuilding in the United States due to deep political divisions and conflicts following the elections.
In this interview hear about Des Ryan’s annual accessible pub crawl in the town of Rockhampton in Australia – making positive change.
Tips and checklists for planning and running accessible protests and other actions.
An interview with Frank Hall-Bentick. Frank was one of Australia’s most prolific and celebrated disability advocates and campaigners.
Easy to use resources including guides, tips and videos provide advice on how to be more inclusive of people with an intellectual disability.