John Hepburn. A personal history of Reverse Garbage in Brisbane that diverts materials away from landfill, making them available at low cost to the comunity
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Nikki Parker and Simon Birrell (2007) describe the Friends of Pooh Corner campaign to stop private developers taking over ownership of an area valued by the local community. The short and successful campaign led to the area being managed as a bushland reserve for nature conservation
Steph Walton. A critical reflection on mass convergence as a protest tool employed for refugee advocacy.
Irene Opper. What Works Insights from interviews with advocates for migrants, refugees and asylum seekers in Queensland.
Robin Taubenfeld. Assessment of the food irradiation and anti-nukes campaign by a lead organiser (Brisbane, Australia).
James Whelan & Kristen Lyons. Examines a hugely successful campaign run collaboratively by several ENGOs.
Cassie McMahon. Case study of Greenpeace campaign to stop illegal logging.
Belinda Epstein-Frisch describes a campaign that reframed ‘supported accommodation’ where people were allocated a bed in a group facility to ‘supported living’ where people had the right to determine how they live, with whom they live, who provides them w
James Whelan (2006). Case studies of Maleny and Gold Coast environmental campaigns. (An edited version of this paper will be published in 2007)
Vanessa Bible’s thesis on how the Terania Native Forest Action Group formed in 1974 and challenged the NSW Forestry Commission’s plans for Terania Creek in any conceivable way they could. What unfolded was a natural and spontaneous response Ð a direct act