Feel, Think, Act: transforming emotional barriers into resilient activism
Activists around the world gathered online to participate in workshops that built emotional resilience in order to confront compounded crises.
Queering solidarity: South Asian-Americans on transformative solidarity for Black liberation
Non-Black organisers of colour can draw on these best practices and lessons about solidarity and justice work in our varied diasporas worldwide.
Polish feminist campaigners organised creative protests to defend their reproductive rights during a pandemic
During a pandemic, successful protests are not only effective - they also pay attention to the safety and well-being of their supporters.
Hawai’i has a feminist economic recovery plan for COVID-19 thanks to these organisers
Maui County Council became the first county in the United States to pass a feminist economic recovery plan. The organisers behind this legislation explain how they pulled it off.
“There’s not a step by step plan for assuaging any kind of white guilt”: An interview with #CharitySoWhite
Rini Jones and Jonathan Cornejo, organisers at #CharitySoWhite, the campaign to reframe racism and challenge power and privilege in the UK charity sector, sat down for a candid interview with us.
Digital direct action seizes power on the internet without waiting for permission
Not all digital activism is equally impactful, and direct action offers a kind of power other strategies cannot.
How to teach grassroots organising and leadership on WhatsApp
South African-based Grassroot is testing new ways to train and connect community organisers online. And, yes, this approach is approved for social distancing and Covid lockdowns.
Here’s how Change.org is adapting in-person organising tactics to strengthen digital campaigns
Change.org collaborated with Tonia Merz to develop a 12-hour digital demonstration for her #GrundeinkommenJetzt (Basic Income Now) campaign. Here's how they did it.
There’s no going back. Here’s how our network of campaigners is responding to and collaborating in this crisis
Here are some of our collective “aha” moments from 150 campaigners and changemakers in the MobLab network.