There are so many wonderful resources for organisers and campaigners already out there – we aim to continually add to a collection here, and write or adapt others for the needs of the Australian community. We’d like to acknowledge that there are already a range of groups doing good work in this area who have great collections themselves – such as The Change Agency and Plan to Win in Australia, and Training for Change, Seeds for Change, Rhizome Network and Ruckus Society to name just a few international organisations.
We contributed a collection of resources to the excellent new site, The Commons Library in 2019. You can check our collection here.
We included updated versions of
- Media checklist for Actions
- Live tweeting at rallies and events
- Beginners guide to a blockade camp
- Preparing for a community blockade
- Guide to affinity groups
- Facilitation at the Frontlines
- Checklist for nonviolent direct action trainings
Digital Security – recent updates.
Legal hand out for activists in Queensland – recently updated
A legal guide for community activists working to challenge coal and gas projects is available here (4.5 mb), after a successful launch in May 2015. You can also read the FAQ about adapting the resource, and hard copies are available at Environmental Justice Australia.
Also a resource we organised and contributed to for the Walmadan Camp near Broome is available here, and although that campaign has now been won (for now) we reckon it has a range of very helpful information.
In 2013 we launched a report into the training needs of grassroots activists and campaigners in Australia – check it out here.
We are also keen to adapt and modify content for local audiences in Australia, particular to our needs. Get in touch if you have ideas or would like collaborate.