Athar podcast tells stories of collective action that have brought about success in the Arab world. Each episode features a different campaign, movement, or collective that has organized for change. The podcast also explores the challenges and successes of these movements, and offers insights into how people power can be built and sustained.
Vic, a queer and non-binary citizen of the Potawatomi tribe, shares their journey to Harvard and the challenges they faced. Despite their initial struggles, Vic's determination led them to fight for justice and indigenous land rights. However, their path took an unexpected turn when they were shot in a carjacking incident. With the support of loved ones, Vic recovered and learned to walk again. They emphasize the importance of perseverance and taking small steps toward achieving dreams. Vic expresses gratitude for the Harvard community and encourages classmates to support one another. Their story serves as a reminder of resilience and the strength found in unity.
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
About the Workshop This is a collection of the slides of the organizing workshop conducted by Equity Initiatives Fellowship (EI) and Leading Change Network (LCN), for fellows of EI in Asia. The content of this workshop was developed by