A brainstorming activity to develop participants’ understanding that individuals join movements and groups to fulfil particular needs.
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Community organising case study of a campaign to prevent freeway construction in an inner-city park. Written in 2003 by tCA member James Whelan.
An exercise to develop recruitment skills.
James Whelan (2002). A Critical Appraisal of the Midwest Academy Community Organiser Training Program (a modified version of this paper was published in Applied Environmental Education and Communication)
Chapter 12, pg 158-172, of GRASSROOTS AND NONPROFIT LEADERSHIP (1995) Berit
Lakey, George Lakey, Rod Napier, and Janice Robinson, New Society Publishers.
James Whelan (2006). Case studies of Maleny and Gold Coast environmental campaigns. (An edited version of this paper will be published in 2007)
Organizing for social change Compiled by members of the Midwest Academy this book is a bible for anyone who wants to effectively organize to change the quality of their lives or the lives of others. Now in its third edition this book has already sold 60,000 copies in all of its editions since 1991. With…
“What follows is for those who want to change the world from what it is to what they believe it should be. The Prince was written by Machiavelli for the Haves on how to hold power. Rules for Radicals is written for the Have-Nots on how to take it away. In this book we are…
How can communities organise effectively to promote social change in the 21st century? Amanda Tattersall examines successful coalitions between unions and community organisations in three countries – Australia, US and Canada – extracting invaluable lessons for unions and community activists everywhere. How can we change things in an age in which governments are fixated on…