Annie Kia and Aiden Ricketts’ latest article explores the movement-building and blockade phases of the emergence of Gasfield Free Northern Rivers, with specific reference to the use of principles derived from complexity theory and from David Snowden’s related Cynefin framework. The article tells the story of the emergence of the movementthrough reflection and contemporaneous sources, but also refers to some relevant academic literature in relation to social movement organisation and complexity theory. [As published in the Law Review Volume 19 2018]Visit Link
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Kristen Lyons and Peter Westoby’s (2017) case study of NGO strategies to re-climate solutions. An analysis of selected NGO strategies in Uganda, based on the researchers’ long-term fieldwork and utilising Bill Moyers’ Movement Action Plan framework. Originally published in the Journal of Political Ecology.
- Mick Power, Membership and Campaign Coordinator, US Climate Action Network How many climate activists does it take to change a lightbulb? Or to change the world? How many facilitators does it take to run a successful open space session for 300 climate activists from across the US, to develop shared strategy for the Paris…