If you want to achieve social change, it is advisable to think about how you are going to organise yourself in the long term. In many cases, you will not achieve your goal after a single protest. Sometimes movements grow very fast and lose focus. Setting up a proper organisation will help you to work more effectively and prevent future problems.
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Set up a movement: By acting collectively you are more likely to be successful as activists. Read this article to get started with building a movement.
Emancipation and intersectionality: We can all become stronger if we recognise each other's struggles. Everyone should feel welcomed in your movement: inclusivity and diversity cannot be an afterthought in your activist organisation.
Decision making: Learn how to make sure all voices are heard in the decision making process, whether it is during a general assembly or in the heat of the moment during a protest.