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Partner with Activist Handbook

Reuse our work and publish your guides on our platform
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Last update: Mar 19, 2023

Activist Handbook is a collaborative project by activists all over the globe. We would love to partner up with your organisation or movement. On this page, we explain how we could work together.

In short, there are two ways of working together:

  1. Reuse our work

  2. Share your work on Activist Handbook

✉️ Get in touch

Reach us at: [email protected]

What is Activist Handbook?

Activist Handbook is the Wikipedia for change-makers. Our platform contains 450+ guides and 4.7K external resources for activists. Everyone can contribute, and our work is free to reuse.

Reuse our work

Any material you can find on Activist Handbook is available under a Creative Commons licence.

This means that you can freely reuse our guides, as long as you attribute us as original author. You do not need to ask for permission. Check out the licence for the details!

Of course, we love to hear in what ways you are using our work: [email protected]

Examples of ways you can reuse our work:

  • Copy & paste one of our guides to your website

  • Create a video-guide version of one of our articles

  • Publish an improved version of a guide

Share your work

If your organisation writes guides for activists, you can also publish them on Activist Handbook. There are two ways of doing so:

  1. Add your guides to our handbook: Learn how to start writing for Activist Handbook, and check out our guide on how to add your materials to our platform.

  2. Create a section on our platform for your organisation: Say your organisation is called 'Save the Polar Bears', we can create a section on our website '' for your organisation. You can use this section to publish guides for your members. Contact us for more information: [email protected]

Appreciate our work?

Consider supporting us:

Our principles

We are here for social, progressive and green rebels all over the globe. We believe that effective change-making is all about empowering marginalised communities and providing people with the right tools and training.

To formulate these core ideas, we wrote a set of principles. We only work together with organisations and movements that align with these principles.

We're building the Wikipedia for activists

And you can help us. Join our our international team, or start a local group of writers.

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