Key ingredients of Leadership Development

A guest post by LCN member Drew Serres from Network Delaware (US) an organization focused on organizing, leadership development, and policy change. “Give light, and people will find the way…” ~ Ella Baker I always thought of myself as a quiet guy and never thought I could do much to support a cause. I thought

By |2021-11-09T23:05:22+00:00November 29, 2019|

Can we celebrate in times of tragedy?

Can we celebrate in times of tragedy? Reflection written by Brian Rawson, LCN member Marshall Ganz teaches that celebration is an integral part of the cycle of organizing: Plan an action. Execute. Reflect. Celebrate. Repeat. Celebration is not only appropriate at time of victory, but on a regular basis. It helps us unwind after

By |2021-11-13T08:43:05+00:00May 7, 2019|

The Power of Narrative Training in Communities with Factional Strife

The Power of Narrative Training in Communities with Factional Strife Reflection written by Nizar Farsakh, LCN member When my Iraqi friend approached me to run a leadership and advocacy training of Iraqi activists last year, I got very excited but also very apprehensive. She and I had worked before in a progressive MENA region focused

By |2021-11-09T23:12:53+00:00May 7, 2019|
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