In the heat of #FeesMustFall some reflections
The #FeesMustFall movement was very diverse and rich with dialogue and conflict. This is a letter written by a student leader in the heat of the movement from Wits […]
Grow your movement by working with complexity: lessons from Gasfield Free Northern Rivers
By Annie Kia, Gasfield Free Northern Rivers When it comes to winning campaigns, nothing beats getting an understanding of how social movements work…there are some great resources that people can […]
How decades of fast food worker organising lead to “The Fight for 15”
By Keith Kelleher, Founder and Former President of SEIU (Service Employees International Union) Healthcare Illinois, Indiana, Missouri and Kansas. The First Spark “…On Thursday, May 28, 1981, at or about […]
Episode One – Out Now!
We are very excited to release Episode One of our new Series the ChangeMakers. You can download this episode from Podcast One in Australia or from Itunes here. The first […]
What does it take for everyday people to shift an election?
We traveled to Launceston Tasmania to learn how GetUp worked with locals here to shift the last Australian Federal Election in 2016. There have been many accusations about how GetUp […]
“Tactics for Mobilisers”: Amanda Tattersall reviews the book “Rules for Revolutionaries”
You have probably heard of Rules for Radicals, an old but still living set of strategies designed for changing the world, written by the grandfather of community organising – Saul […]
Breaking bad laws is how good laws get made
By Amanda Tattersall The new head of the Australian Union Movement, Sally McManus, came under a fair bit of flak last week after she declared on her first day in […]
What is ChangeMakers?
There are 140 million people across the globe engaged in volunteer work or working for non-profits. These are the Change Makers. The Change Makers podcast is a weekly, 30 min […]