Posts Tagged: movement-building - (60 found)
Cassandra Star (2012) argues that the rise and success of community action on climate change opens a space for critical reflection on current ENGO efforts to secure effective public policy outcomes on climate change.
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 informative resource from CANVAS outlining various motivations for joining a movement.
A brainstorming activity to develop participants’ understanding that individuals join movements and groups to fulfil particular needs.
David Reed (1981) Education for Building a People’s Movement, South End Press, Boston, MA. (excellent reading on ‘social education’)
Sam La Rocca (2004) Honours thesis, Australian School of Environmental Studies, Griffith University, Brisbane
Holly Kemp’s insider perspective on Australian student environmental activism during a time of major change.
A critical appraisal of student organising in the context of voluntary student unionism. Colin invites readers to comment and engage with him in this analysis. (112kb PDF)