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Pedagogy Convening (report)
This report is a summary of a convening that brought together a group of organizers, trainers, educators to discuss the convening of pedagogy of Marshall Ganz Leadership , Organizing and Public Narrative Framework The convening was organized by Leading
Building “People Power” Against the Sell Out of Serbia to Mining Companies (Article)
A case study of strategic and creative community organizing to build power for change in Serbia based on Marshall Ganz's 5 practices.
Dunn Street: Socially Democratic (Podcast)
Socially Democratic Podcast Socially Democratic is your weekly centre-left politics and campaign podcast hosted by LCN member, Stephen Donnelly, founder of Dunn Street - a campaign agency bringing change by organising from the ground up. Each Friday, Stephen and
ChangeMakers Organising School (Video Training Course)
An online training course about social change and organizing by Changemakers.
Moral Leadership Across Difference (Video)
Video about Moral Leadership and shared strategies for engaging in meaningful collective action across political and moral differences.
#Democracy on Fire: Twitter, Social Movements, and the Future of Dissent (Video)
Video of the JFK Jr Forum - #Democracy on Fire: Twitter, Social Movements, and the Future of Dissent with four panellists including Marshall Ganz.
How People Power Generates Change [Video of interview with Marshall Ganz]
Activist, Marshall Ganz, in an interview with Bill Moyers talks about how people power generates change.
Why Hasn’t ‘Big Data’ Saved Democracy?
Micah Sifry’s new book offers some answers, but misses important shifts in the power base of traditional progressive organizing.
Why States Matter: Resistance School Course (Videos)
A video course about why state elections matter and what you can do to make a difference by the Resistance School.
Reclaiming Civil Society: Organizers renew democracy by building the capacity it requires
The promise of American democracy is at greater risk than at any time since the 1930s. Among the most important factors of America’s democracy crisis is an acute erosion in the power of civil society to assert its influence on both government and private wealth.