A big step for UNICEF: inviting volunteers to scale the mission
How a small team inside a giant UN agency is popularising people-power and getting results
Systems design thinking is a weapon; let’s use it for good
Campaigners should look to systems and design thinking to mobilise key constituencies more effectively, combat rising authoritarianism, and rectify global injustice.
How do you measure people power?
We need to figure out the best approaches, frameworks, metrics, and methods being used to measure and quantify people powered approaches.
What can advocacy campaigners learn from Hong Kong’s protest movement?
The historic mobilisation shows the effectiveness of building distributed leadership, providing pathways for participation, and working in coalition that accepts differing theories of change.
Why it’s important to measure the impact of people-powered advocacy
A common framework to measure and evaluate people power is a missing piece in the funding and decision-making pie, says Tom Liacas.
Lessons from the grassroots campaign playbook
In this Mini Masterclass with Future Advocacy, campaigner Katherine Sladden explains how to make change—the bootstrap way.
Why don’t we just call Agile what it is: feminist
Feminist, queer, anti-authoritarian and other grassroots movements have long been working in collaborative, experimental and iterative ways, says 350.org's Chief Product Officer Hanna Thomas.
How Greenpeace is using psychological approaches to build more effective climate campaigns
The internal cognitive science lab Mindworks is helping the organisation design initiatives that give audiences the courage to take action.