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Trainings and Resources by Social Movement Technologies

Campaigners and activists recognize they must use digital tools and tactics like never before—alongside direct action—to build people power and pressure targets to take action.  Social Movement Technologies (SMT) offers brilliant opportunities in the form of trainings and resources designed to meet this need—some of the opportunities offered are free of charge. You can check

By |2022-06-03T09:19:06+00:00June 3, 2022|

#OpenSource conversation with Marshall Ganz by Le Next Level

Post contribution by LCN Member: Tara Dickman, Le Next Level In Le Next Levels's #OpenSource sessions, organizers and movement leaders share their experience, expertise and lessons learned with other organizers and movement leaders in order to help them tackle the issues they may be facing. These sessions are open to members of organizations who are

By |2022-05-31T23:20:49+00:00May 19, 2022|

Matrix on Point: Organize! Power and Collective Action – Social Science Matrix

Matrix on Point: Organize! Power and Collective Action May 5th, 2022 4:00pm-5:30pm Pacific Time / 7:00pm-8:30pm Eastern Time What can we learn from historical and contemporary cases about building organizations that engage, mobilize and manage to wield influence on the political process? What kinds of infrastructural choices best support engagement and success in the long

By |2022-05-31T23:17:11+00:00April 30, 2022|

Job opening: Grapevine – Team Leader

Grapevine in Coventry England is a multi-award winning organisation that’s best at reinventing itself in response to people’s needs. We help people, communities and systems find new ways to create deep social change. We’re willing to be bold, remove the box and bring edge-based solutions into the middle. Stephanie Wong, leader of the Act Build

By |2022-03-01T23:02:27+00:00March 1, 2022|

Lowlander Project training program for 2022

Lowlander Project training program for 2022 Written by: Job van den Assem and Sandra Ball Lowlander Project Co-Founders We are so proud to share our 2022 program book with the LCN community! The Lowlander Project is a training center for everyone who wants to learn about the art of movement building, organizing and mobilizing 'People

By |2022-02-09T18:11:06+00:00February 9, 2022|

Developing climate justice leadership in the US

All over the world LCN’s network of trainers are working with organizations to support them to develop leadership that organizes communities and builds power for change. One of those is Mothers Out Front in the United States. They’re on a mission to build a diverse grassroots movement of mothers, grandmothers and other caregivers to make

By |2021-09-27T20:11:36+00:00April 2, 2020|

Let’s reimagine social change as young India!

Haiyaa is on a mission to bring social change by cultivating new leadership and building powerful community organisations in India   By Aprajita Pandey Aprajita (pictured) is the founder & CEO of Haiyya. Haiyya was founded in 2015, with a vision to rebuild and transform the social fabric of India, where young leaders and their

By |2021-09-27T20:30:19+00:00December 3, 2019|

Movement leaders gather to develop their skills and strategize for societal change

All over the world LCN members and trainers are enabling people to lead change in their communities. Four trainings in China and the United States gathered over 427 people who are on the ground organizing in their communities for issue and system change. Here are the inspiring groups building the leadership snowflake in the last

By |2021-09-28T09:05:40+00:00August 13, 2019|

Professor Marshall Ganz launches an online Public Narrative Course at Harvard

We are excited to announce great news! Marshall Ganz is launching a new online course: "Public Narrative: Leadership, Storytelling and Action", offered through Harvard Kennedy School Executive Education. We are so happy to see that all the impactful work that professor Ganz and his associates have done in the field of the Public Narrative through

By |2021-09-28T09:13:58+00:00June 16, 2019|
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