Examples and lessons from 350.org of different ways Movement Support Teams can work. Movement Support Teams are peer-to-peer learning.
Organising builds power by engaging and connecting people in collective action. The resources gathered here educate and inform about the craft of organising. You’ll find case studies, articles, practical tips, and training materials.
These lessons from 350.org share four different organising responses from different countries to climate impacts.
Lessons learned from 350.org Canada’s “Climate Welcome” protest that pressured Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to take bold climate action.
Virginia Tognola chronicles how practical solidarity in the form of street kitchens and the “popular pot” has not only enabled migrants and others in Argentina to survive but also raise issues and campaign against sub-standard living conditions.
Community Organizing in France: A Collection of Resources from Organisez-Vous | Organisation collective en France : Recueil de ressources de l’association Organisez-Vous (French – Français)
Here is a collection of community organizing resources in French from Organisez-Vous (Organize!) in France.
Resources produced and compiled by the Australian Services Union for workers organising around climate change and extreme weather related workplace health & safety.
In this article Denver, Colorado based group Warm Cookies of the Revolution outline how they use innovative arts and cultural programs to help people exercise their “Civic Health” and engage in social change.
An exploration of different organising models being utilised in Australia/NZ: Decentralised organising, Directed network and Strike Circles.
Challenges and considerations faced by organisations in implementing the Ganz model of social change – Marshall Ganz organising model.
A curated and comprehensive list of tools for democracies and their representatives to conduct an effective assistance program to nonviolent pro-democracy movements.
Lessons learned and tips from 350.org about making escalated actions bold and safe. These tips were learnt after an action in Brazil against fracking in 2015
Sophia Zaia, a consultant for Powerlabs, shares her key takeaways about using a coaching approach when working with volunteers for the Sunrise Movement’s distributed voter contact program.
This research report explores the concept of leaderful organizing and provides research on building leaderful movements in Europe.
It’s essential for people to feel they can do something about a problem. Here is what we can do to increase people’s efficacy to take action.
The Activist Handbook is a ‘wikipedia’ style website that provides guides and resources for people to become effective activists.
Collection of different case studies / stories of organising and movements from across the globe collated and presented by 350.org.
The article discusses the importance of sacrifice in achieving social change, using the Star Wars TV show Andor as an example.
Civil resistance-Moving from dictatorship to democracy. Negotiations & elections are the breakthroughs that lead to more democratic outcomes.
3 attributes can make the difference between success and failure for nonviolent movements around the world: unity, planning, & nonviolence.
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 […]