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.
How ‘Clean Energy Now’ became a national conversation
In Kenya, Clean Energy Now is using national politics, influencers and new coalitions to turn reliable, clean energy into a national priority.
Four ways nonprofits are learning from March for Our Lives, Keep Families Together and a new wave of people-powered action
How Parkland students and others are flipping the script, dreaming big and building movements that adapt to today’s rapid pace of 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).
Tomando Bimbo con un nuevo enfoque: Un caso de estudio de Acelerador de Campañas
Greenpeace México utilizó Acelerador de Campañas en 2016 para probar estrategias creativas dirigidas a empujar a la empresa multinacional a ser un líder en agricultura sostenible.
Taking on Bimbo with a new approach: A Campaign Accelerator case study
Greenpeace Mexico used Campaign Accelerator in 2016 to test creative strategies aimed at pushing the multinational grocery and baking company towards being a leader in sustainable agriculture.
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.