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).
City of Dreams: How millions are now voting to stop climate change
In Brazil, changemakers are testing ways to convene diverse partners, turn data into decisions and open up their campaigns.
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.
A ‘blueprint’ for distributed organising
Blueprints for Change, a network of campaigners building an open library of progressive advocacy how-tos, presents its first guide.
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.
Experimentation, automation, social recruitment: MobLab Live on new campaigning and trends
MobLab Live takes a look at groups using bots, automation and Facebook Live to recruit and engage new activists.
Help Delhi Breathe and the people-powered movement to clean Delhi’s air
We examine what Help Delhi Breathe is learning as it builds networked campaigns that turn Delhi’s frustrated communities into successful clean air advocates.
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.