Say hello to the Change Agency’s new website!

April 21, 2014 | By: James Whelan

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We’ve revolutionised access to our unique resource collection.

The Change Agency team has been creating, collecting and adapting resources for activists and organisers for almost 20 years. Since we created our first website in 2006, it has had almost one million visitors and more than 10,000 downloads each month.

Although popular, our ageing site was stacked to the rafters with more than 1,000 articles, publications, tools and links. We knew some real gems of activist training and learning were lost in the mix.

With the help of web developer and designer Zachary Sequoia, we’ve spruced, sorted and catalogued this extensive online collection. The result is a great new website with improved functionality to help activists and organisers access resources to learn, strategise and bring about positive change.

We’ve  added two powerful new ways to search our site. Now you can ‘build your own toolbox’ tailored to your priorities and context, or use our improved search function to pinpoint the resources you need based on file names, content and tags.

I’d value your feedback on the new site, especially during the next few months. Let me know if you have any trouble navigating the site or finding what you’re looking for. And (as always) please drop me a line to recommend or share resources, promote workshops or talk activist education!

About the Author

James Whelan

James Whelan

James is co-founder of the Change Agency and director of our Community Organising Fellowship.

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