Why don’t we just call Agile what it is: feminist
Feminist, queer, anti-authoritarian and other grassroots movements have long been working in collaborative, experimental and iterative ways, says 350.org's Chief Product Officer Hanna Thomas.
Be “digital critical,” listen first, and other lessons from 350.org’s digital transformation
A conversation with Hanna Thomas, who guided 350.org to adopt a product team model for more effective campaigning.
Cognitive science lab Mindworks is shifting how Greenpeace thinks about campaigning
To nurture internal buy-in toward designing more mindset change campaigns, Mindworks has created participatory trainings that put local office leaders in the driver’s seat.
Protecting civic space requires courage—and lots of it
One main takeaway of International Civil Society Week? Advocacy campaigners need to bravely and boldly self-reflect, experiment, open up and let go.
What advocacy organisations need to win today
Traditional approaches to advocacy strategies, decision-making, and building power at the grassroots level fall short in an age of people-powered movements.
Why 350.org doesn’t have a digital department (and your organisation shouldn’t either)
Hanna Thomas explains how 350.org is transforming their approach to digital by building a product team and distributing responsibility.
What we learned from listening to the MobLab network
MobLab spoke to 100 campaigners from 38 countries to find out what challenges they face in their work for progressive change.
The most thought-provoking campaigning reads of 2018
For advocacy campaigners, 2018 was a year of experimentation, rethinking and people power. Revisit some of the top moments.
Why self-care and collective wellbeing are critical to winning change
MobLab Live looks at why self-care is a key to movement success and how organisations can create a culture of wellbeing.