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.
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 do we innovate and win when campaigning gets harder?
MobLab Live explores how campaigners can adapt when governments and corporations make social change more difficult (and riskier).
The Glass Room: Big data, privacy and interactive art
Over 40,000 people visited The Glass Room in London and New York City. Hear how Tactical Tech and Mozilla are using immersive art to inform people about data security and privacy.
Creating a rapid response system that leverages repression for your cause
A network of allies and a checklist can protect victims of political persecution and build movement power, explains Solidarity Uganda's Phil Wilmot.
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.
Campaigning in high risk environments
Tactics include investing in analysis, adapting and responding rapidly, listening to communities and treading lightly—especially with media.