Feel free to add resources about activism on this page. Please make sure the resource follows the following guidelines:
- The resource is about activism in general. If there is a page on this website that is more related, add it on that page. For example, a resource on how to organise a protest march fits better on the page about protest marches. This way it becomes easier to find the right resources.
- Resources in other languages should be added to the resource pages of those languages, unless there are translations or subtitles available. If no resources page exists for your language yet, you can create it yourself.
- Summarise what the resource is about. Add (if applicable) the author, the year of publication, and a brief summary of the contents of the resource.
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Many great resources about activism can be found on the internet. The following websites are published under a creative commons licence (just like Activist Handbook):
- Beautiful Rising: A collection of stories, tactics, principles, theories and methodologies on activism.
- Seeds for Change's Resources: A collection of articles about campaign skills, consensus decision making, facilitation, skills for working in groups, resources for co-ops and running workshops. Various translations are available as well.
- Blueprint for Change: A collection of shared Google Docs targeted at progressive activists about organising and campaigning strategies, online-offline approaches, tools and self-defence for organisers and campaigners.
- Mobilisation Lab: A collection of reports, toolkits and guides about change-making.
- Youth Activist Toolkit by Advocates for Youth (2019): a 64 page document with chapters on getting started with activism, creating a strategy, crafting your message, building collective power, using your power and sustaining a movement.
- 350.org trainings: An elaborate list of guides for trainers, meeting facilitators and organisers. The website is primarily targeted at climate activists, but the articles provide useful insights for other activists as well.
- Thinking, doing, changing: A blog on social change by Natasha Adams.
We want to thank all the authors of the books below for sharing their knowledge on activism. If you have read any good books on activism, do share them in this list:
Podcasts about activism allow us to listen to fellow change-makers that are living at the other side of the world. What podcasts are you listening to learn more about activism? Make sure to add them to this list:
¶ Films and documentaries
Feel free to add relevant films and documentaries.
Basing our strategies and tactics on the work of scholarly research, we can become much more effective. If you are researching activism, feel free to share your work here: