Learn about campaigning, organizing, movement building with this list of resources and case studies from the Leading Change Network.
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.
Learn all about public narrative developed by Marshall Ganz and the story of self, us and now with this collection of tools and resources.
A collection of organizing resources from the Leading Change Network including manuals, videos, tools, courses and training materials.
Max Smith, co-director of the Community Organising Fellowship, reviews the Tools for Radical Democracy guide to electoral organising, and draws out some key considerations for deciding whether or how to engage in elections.
Key questions to ask in considering whether to undertake electoral organizing, such as will it help us achieve our campaign goals?
Conference Proceedings from the FWD + Organise Conference 2021 held by Australian Progress for community organisers and digital campaigners.
A power analysis tool and templates for community organisers by The National Academy of Community Organising (NACO) in the UK.
How can we equip ourselves to design effective monitoring and evaluation approaches for campaigns, movement building and organising work?
Ricardo Morales an artist and organiser from the United States shares his wisdom and lessons from over five decades of organising through eight lessons explained through videos and a zine featuring his beautiful artworks.
A new research project to map organising models in Australia, with examples from three organisations: Australian Conservation Foundation, Results Australia, and Amnesty International Australia. Presented at FWD+Organise 2021.
Australian Conservation Foundation ACF shares their tips about organising and examples of strategies they have used in a post lockdown world.
Case study of organising at a local level, Victorian Trades Hall Council’s Candidate School, focused on changing who gets elected to local office.
Learn about the success of a deep canvassing approach to rights for undocumented migrants and Medicare for All in Michigan.
Samuel Chu – founder of Hong Kong Democracy Council in the US – discusses the Hong Kong pro-democracy movement and international solidarity.
Steve Killelea -one of Australia’s successful businessmen and a self-described peace maker! We talk about why he combined these two passions.
Mike Gecan explains the differences between organising and mobilising and discusses the prospective US 2020 election.
Changemaker Chat with Owen Jones: The story behind one of the United Kingdom’s most high profile left wing figure
Listen to the story of Owen Jones – a British left wing and Labour party activist, writer, orator and political commentator.
Teachers’ union activist Randi Weingarten discusses her experiences of social change and educational reform.
Bonnie Honig, one of the world’s top democratic theorists, discusses current crises and shocks.
Myint Cho, Burmese student pro-democracy activist, discusses the civil disobedience movement in Burma from past to present.