This toolkit contains information and resources on effective strategies and tactics to improve protest resilience and sustainability. The information contained in this toolkit has been sourced from a combination of published reports, existing toolkits and interviews conducted with activists and members of civil society from around the world.
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This HRC Action Guide is a round-up of information and resources about the child soldiers phenomenon and how international stakeholders – activists, organizers, advocates – can better understand and get involved with local and global efforts to combat this complex issue.
Bypass Censorship addresses the issue of censorship affecting audiences globally by connecting people to effective tools that make it possible for them to access the Internet and the vital information they need.
This guide (guide 1) explains how communities can prepare for interactions with potential investors, including making decisions about whether or not to negotiate.
This guide (guide 2) contains advice for communities who have agreed to negotiate with a potential investor. It is designed to help communities and their frontline advocates to negotiate clear, fair, and enforceable contracts that require investors to respect community interests.
This report focuses on the use of nonviolent collective action by civil society leaders, religious leaders, activists, and other South Sudanese to address the social, political, and economic grievances that have fueled the country.
This DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) toolkit offers educators resources for addressing this important and controversial human rights issue that faces schools and communities across the United States.
Today, more than ever, grassroots activists are committed to protecting our Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipients. Use this comprehensive guide of resources to stay informed about how to fight back and get involved. Let’s continue to #resist and #DefendDACA.
This brief explores how those involved in human rights work might practice self-care both individually and collectively.