What just happened? A look back at the stories of 2017
2017 was a year to remember, even if some of the specifics are best forgotten. Here's our scan of 2017 stories affecting campaigners.
Eight ideas: How campaigns and campaigners are changing for 2018
Campaigners from around the world got together at CampaignCon to learn, network and share. We share eight ways campaigns (and campaigners) are changing.
Raise her voice: Why strong non-binary and women’s voices matter for movements
Women's voices, non-binary voices, gender non-conforming voices. All have been excluded from campaigns. A conversation about why changing this matters.
Global campaigning: What’s working, not working (so well) and what’s missing
According to campaigners from nearly 40 countries in 2017, creative tactics and distributed organising were working, while there was a lack of inclusive coalitions and understanding of security.
ChangeMakers Podcast: Women who lead
In the third episode of ChangeMakers, we hear from women who disrupted male-dominated spaces with their innovations.
Growth hacking for NGOs: Building movements with volunteers
Julie Szabo explains people powered growth hacking: how organisations are able to scale activism and impact by empowering volunteers to organise and lead.
From burning platform to building people power: Lessons from Greenpeace’s Mobilisation Lab
What we learned over five years of transforming Greenpeace and building people power around the globe.
What it means when victims lead (and why it matters)
How campaigners in Uganda, Hungary and the United States are creating stronger campaigns by becoming allies of victims and giving them power to lead.
Organising a people’s movement to #BuyTwitter
The #BuyTwitter campaign is using open, volunteer-led strategies in a global effort to turn twitter into a user-owned cooperative (and why that matters).