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.
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.
Confronting authoritarianism with non-violence and innovative engagement
How does authoritarianism rise and fall? And how do campaigners confront it? MobLab Live speaks with Professor Steven Levitsky, Dr. Maria J. Stephan and Vitali Shkliarov for insights.
This is how hackers can ruin your life — and how you can protect yourself
The story of Zoe Quinn, Crash Override and how campaigners and activists can handle doxxing protection in a fast-changing digital world.
Turkey arrests are a teachable moment for campaign organisers
Update on Turkey arrests of human rights campaigners and trainers–and what NGOS and activists might learn from each other going forward.
Social media activism in repressive environments
Activists and organisers in the global south talk campaigning under repressive regimes and using about social media and offline networks together.
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.
CampaignCon 2016: We are here to change the world
120 campaigners from 43 countries met at CampaignCon 2016 to share expertise, build network strength, and grow campaign capacity. Here's what we learned.