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We’re a member-driven network
LCN is vibrant community of organizers, educators, and researchers from all around the world committed to improving people’s lives through leadership development for social change.
Over the next year our mission as an organization is to step up our work further, focused on developing leadership committed to building locally rooted organizing capacity, growing the reach and the impact of campaigns, movements and civic action worldwide, and to expand the LCN Community of Practice devoted to continual learning, information sharing, and collaboration.
Individual Membership is for those individuals who are familiar with our organizing pedagogy, are practicing it on the ground in some way, and want to continue deepening their knowledge and improving their practice.
- $100 per year covers the cost of annual membership / Scholarships are available
As an LCN individual Member you will have access to events, resources and capacity building opportunities over the next 12 months to support you to lead in these times of great uncertainty.
Group Membership is for organizations who are familiar with our pedagogy, want to learn and practice it more, and want to support their members’ learning by providing them the opportunity to access to the network and its resources.
- $500 USD per year covers the cost of annual membership for up to 10 members
- $300 USD per year covers the cost of annual membership for up to 5 members
As an LCN Group Member you will have access to events, resources and capacity building opportunities over the next 12 months to support you to lead in these times of great uncertainty.
LCN Membership Requirements
Because our work is rooted in the organizing pedagogy developed by Marshall Ganz and colleagues, we want to ensure our members have a good understanding of the pedagogy, and share the same language. That’s why we ask you to first participate in a public narrative or organizing course or workshop based in this framework before applying to become a member.
If you’ve already participated in a course or workshop based in Marshall Ganz’s organizing pedagogy, sign up now to become a member using the form on this page.