How ‘networks beyond the network’ helped L’Associació de Drets Sexuals i Reproductius build an influential Twitter campaign
Their campaign succeeded in putting the public financing of ultra-conservative groups in Catalonia on the political agenda, even though their accounts didn't have many followers at the time.
When people power meets litigation: A history-making success story in Sierra Leone
How Namati and other organisations equipped a community to win back their land from an international palm oil company.
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.
The keys to the Sunrise Movement’s momentum? A bold idea, a visionary narrative, and organising best practices
Nathan Willcox and Carina Barnett-Loro from the Climate Advocacy Lab look at research that helps explain the effectiveness of the campaign for a Green New Deal in the US.
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.
How civil societies in Brazil, India and the US are resisting growing authoritarianism
MobLab Live explores what changemakers in these three countries have learned while building power to confront growing authoritarianism.
Lessons from the Blueprints for Change knowledge-sharing network of campaigners
Blueprints for Change has published more than 100 pages of collective campaigning knowledge. Tom Liacas explains the keys to their networked approach.
Building effective movements for change through distributed organising
MobLab Live explores how creating opportunities for volunteers to lead with a distributed organising approach can help win lasting change.
How powerful conversations won abortion rights in Ireland
Overturning the abortion ban in Ireland meant equipping people to share their stories and spark conversations with their friends and family.