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NetChange
http://www.ibiblio.org/netchange/index.html
NetChange is a World Wide Web project designed to increase the presence of progressive students activists in Cyberspace.
Initially, NetChange will serve the online progressive community in three ways.
email bulletins | database | journal |
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The Citizen's Handbook
http://www.citizenshandbook.org/
The Citizen's Handbook
Vancouver Canada
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Civic Practices Network : Tools
http://www.cpn.org/tools/index.html
Civic Practices Network : Tools
Manuals and Guides | Course Syllabi | Civic Dictionary |
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A Guide for Recognising Political Control
http://www.actionpa.org/activism/controlgame.html
A Guide for Recognising Political Control
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The Citizen's Handbook
http://www.vcn.bc.ca/citizens-handbook/
The Citizen's Handbook
Guide to community organizing on the web.
We've separated out local information so it will be useful to people living in other places.
Community Organizing | Community Building Activities | Full Text Articles | The Citizen's Library | Short Case Studies |
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Campus Organizing Guide for Peace and Justice
http://www.ibiblio.org/netchange/cco/
Campus Organizing Guide for Peace and Justice Groups
There is a rich tradition of organizing for peace and justice on U.S. college campuses, but too often students have no access to the wealth of experience and skills accumulated by previous generations of activists. Each year, hundreds of students "reinvent the wheel" by struggling to learn basic activism skills from scratch.
The purpose of this guidebook is to provide a missing link, to get campus activists of the 90s started more quickly, building upon the work of their predecessors and of students at other campuses.
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Activists Handbook
http://protest.net/activists_handbook/index.html
Activists Handbook
The articles in this handbook are republished from Activism 101 and the Freedom Writer. They tend to be amero-centric, and some of them talk specifically about countering the religious right in the US but even with these biases they are a pretty good practical introduction to being politically active.
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Using the Internet for Activism
http://www.actionpa.org/internet/
Using the Internet for Activism: listservs and web pages
As for getting the word out in general, here are a few guidelines on how to use the net effectively...
Websites are not good for announcements of things because people don't keep going back to check the same website often. Email lists are good for announcements because a message sent to an email list will reach its subscribers pretty quickly. Email postings should be somewhat short and should point people to the website for more details.
Websites ARE good for putting long, in-depth stuff online that's not appropriate to bog down people's email with. They are also good for attracting new people to the issue (since they can search the web and find the site).
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Spitfire Strategies
http://www.spitfirestrategies.com/
Spitfire Strategies provides communications solutions to promote positive social change.
Our passion is to help those bringing positive change find an effective voice to communicate their vision.
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Campus Activism Network
http://www.campusactivism.org/
Campus Activism Network
This interactive website has tools for progressive student and youth activists.
We built it, but you must provide the site's content. You can use it to start a campaign, share activism resources, publicize events, and build networks.
Or you can join an existing campaign, get resources, learn about upcoming activist events, and let people find you.
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Community Tool Box
http://ctb.ku.edu/
Community Tool Box
Our goal is to support your work in promoting community health and development.
The Tool Box provides over 6,000 pages of practical skill-building information on over 250 different topics.
Topic sections include step-by-step instruction, examples, check-lists, and related resources.
Learn a Skill | Plan the Work | Solve a Problem | Explore Best Processes and Practices | Connect with Others |
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Activism Training Materials & Resources
http://www.actionpa.org/activism/
Activism Training Materials & Resources
General Activism Resource Sites | Student / Campus Activism | Strategy Development | Holding the Government Accountable | Organizational Matters | Freedom of Speech | Professional Organizing Training Resources | Media, Communications and Lobbying | Research Tools | Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)(USA) |
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