Bewegungsschule has developed learning materials on the function of action in organizing using the example of resistance committees in Sudan: A case study with associated method description and a handout and. So you can use the material directly. For more background information, listen to the interview with Muzna Alhaj.
1-to-1 conversations are part of the toolkit of all organizers. There are different 1-to-1 conversations. This handout from the Bewegungsschule contains a guideline for an approximately 45-minute personal conversation between a more active person (organizer) and a less active person.
The Phase5 collective has published a reader with methods to support groups, initiatives and alliances in the joint development of strategies. Behind this is a feminist claim: As many as possible should be involved in the formulation of longer-term plans, so that all the different perspectives become visible, disputable and decidable.
How do you ensure that a meeting goes well? What do you have to consider and prepare? How do you stay in contact? How do you work well together in the long term? What could a concrete action look like? What experiences do you already have? The IL Berlin has written a brochure that supports you in founding and organizing groups with concrete tips and ideas:
The ILA Collective has published a new book on how groups can independently develop strategies for transformation and how to embed their actions in them. This power book contains a wide range of thoughts, ideas and practical tools for social change to support you in your strategy development!
The whole book (and more) is available here:
How do you build strong and diverse groups that work effectively for climate justice? In this video from Movement School, 350.org, and Movement Hub, you’ll learn how to strengthen and grow a group to do effective and inclusive work for climate justice. It’s a few simple tips and tricks that will take your group far.
How do you build strong and diverse groups that effectively advocate for climate justice? This video from Bewegungsschule, 350.org, and Movement Hub shows how it is possible to build a strong and diverse group that effectively advocates for climate justice. It’s about creating a welcoming and open atmosphere, rethinking norms, and actively harnessing the power of diversity.