Welcome to the Leading Change Network Resource Center!
The Leading Change Network (LCN) Resource Center is a diverse, multilingual collection of community organizing resources comprising training plans and slides, case studies, example videos, visuals and charts, curated guides, and much more.
The Resource Center has been curated and built through generous contributions from our community; if you put the organizing framework into practice and/or make any adaptations, please share your resources with the LCN community—we welcome contributions in all languages, formats and contexts.
Some of the resources are available to the general public; if you would like unrestricted access to the invaluable resources, we encourage you to become an LCN member and join a global network of like-minded individuals seeking to make a change in their part of the world.
“One of the unique things I think about this network that it is very generative, it is not only taking this thing and do it over and over again, they adapt, they innovate they change, the put it in different languages, it is very generative about what we do, the challenge was to keep up with it, this resource center is a big step towards making this happen”
Marshall Ganz, 11th January 2022, Celebration of the Launch of the resource center
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A report reflects a dialogue – started in the summer of 2018 – between people in the funder community and in the world of community organising on the challenges and opportunities to create a more robust practice of community organizing in Europe
Story of us told by Aditi Parekh at Equity Initiative fellow workshop in Thailand
Article by Aprajita Pandey, Haiyya leader speaking about 7 years of experience in leading youth feminist movement
A video of a conversation between Noor and Billy talking about leadership, public narrative and organizing
Full workshop guide for a 2½ day organizing workshop based on the work of Marshall Ganz in Danish.
¡Sí se puede!: Estrategias para organizarse y cambiar el mundo (Spanish book)| Yes we Can, Strategies for organizing and changing the world
Acerca del libro "Sí se puede." Esta expresión, que puede suscitar una sonrisa irónica, suele aparecer cuando una causa perdida (sea un partido de beisbol o una campaña política) remonta todos los obstáculos y parece dirigirse hacia una victoria inesperada. La mayor parte del tiempo la frase no pasa del acto de fe. No obstante, sí es posible organizarse y cambiar el rumbo de las historias, tanto personales como colectivas. Ése es el espíritu que anima el pensamiento y la práctica pedagógica de Marshall Ganz, cuyas ideas han tenido un impacto profundo en diversos activismos alrededor del mundo. Veterano en las campañas de la Unión de Campesinos (encabezada por César Chávez), testigo de la lucha por los derechos civiles y pieza crucial en el primer triunfo presidencial de Barack Obama, Ganz ha desarrollado liderazgos capaces de construir el poder que una comunidad necesita para alcanzar los cambios que desea con
This curated guide is a compilation of the primary resources available on LCN's Resource Center about Health Justice. It includes videos, articles, books, and other tools.
A podcast that goes behind the headlines and hashtags, inviting movement storytellers to share lessons from social justice campaigns.
Community Organizing in France: A Collection of Resources from Organisez-Vous | Organisation collective en France : Recueil de ressources de l’association Organisez-Vous
A collection of community organizing resources in French from the organization, Organisez-Vous (Organize!), in France.
Public Narrative Training coaching guide to train other coaches on how to become a coach for public narrative and storytelling.
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