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Staying on Track in FijiCase Studies
Very Visibly “Transparent” – Getting Trans issues on the agendaCase Studies
The fight for “fun”damental rights for sex workers in South AfricaCase Studies
Engaging on sexuality, gender identity and…periods: lessons and videos from LebanonCase Studies
Ready4Repeal: Singapore gets ready 4 its futureCase Studies
Lessons from the Irish Abortion CampaignCase Studies
Taiwan: Same sex couples “between Heaven and Earth”Case Studies
“Unapologetic, Black and Gay” – A Positive Sexual Health CampaignCase Studies
A Hug a Day Keeps Hate Away – Free hugging in Taiwan
Meet with the woman using art and fashion to change LGBTI lives in UgandaTactics
Change the narrative: how a Swiss group is beating rightwing populistsCase Studies
“Kill them with Kindness” tactic : Racist YouTube videos get a refugee pre-roll ‘ad’ in GermanyTactics
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Food for thought and strategic reflections on campaigning and movement building. Does street action work? How are different struggles intersecting ? What makes alliances effective? And many more debates unpacked
Campaigning needs careful strategizing. Are we following the right objective? Are we targeting the right people? Are our tactics in line with our objective? Do we have the resources for our plans? Some articles here to start the conversations.
Social media can be the single most powerful driver for your public campaign. But how well are you using them? Are you fully aware of the limitations and how to navigate around them? What else is there in digital campaigning ? This and more in this section
While using social media and other sites for campaigning, or even just browsing, it is important to reduce the risks of your online presence and stay safe online. This section offers advice on your safety, and that of your members and supporters
“Changing hearts and minds” is easier said than done. Who exactly do you think you can influence? And what messages will work? And how will you know if they did? This section offers lots of insights into what makes communication successful.
Take your action to the streets
When it is possible to safely take your protest to the streets, there are many ways to do this in a creative and innovative way, that will galvanise your supporters and stun the media. Find out more in this section.
Stories shape our world visions and they have the power to change the world. This section explores what makes a good story and how they can fit into your campaign to help you win the battle.
Campaigning strategies are often constrained by lack of resources. This section explores how to push the boundaries of what can be done.
Wondering how you can still get some media attention, among all this “noise”? And how to avoid bad media? This section is for you