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.
Zimbabwe activists test, track and learn to organise a new movement
Zimbabwe activists use digital to support, test and track a grassroots protest movement challenging the Mugabe government and demanding accountability.
Five lessons for developing smartphone apps in NGOs
In tech-savvy Indonesia, smartphone apps help crowdsource environmental data and, for the first time, give people air quality data. What NGOs are learning.
Want to fund the resistance? Test everything.
How Greenpeace UK went on a mission to test everything and what they learned about process, culture (and engagement) along the way.
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.
Surviving (and winning) when national politics shift
Greenpeace Spain found its agenda and goals threatened by fast-changing national politics. The organisation had to rethink how it worked with people.
Building campaigns when the world turns upside down
Greenpeace learns to let others lead, maximise networks and become a trusted partner after building campaigns to respond to typhoons in the Philippines.
MobLab’s top stories of 2015
2015 was a big year for people power. These were our top stories - what what you and other MobLab readers were reading, sharing and talking about.
MobLab Live: Beyond vanity metrics
Guest speakers Colin Holtz, author of "Beyond Vanity Metrics", and Bhavik Lathia from Color of Change joined MobLab Live.