This abbreviated list includes direct action roles to help organize before, during and after actions.
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The Ruckus Society is a multi-racial network of trainers dedicated to providing the necessary tools, preparation, and support to build direct action capacity for ecological justice and social change movements. They work with Indigenous communities and other communities of color working to preserve their homes and environments and for climate justice.
This guide explains the basics for organizing and sustaining an antifascist group. It provides resources to help with planning actions, accessing legal support, digital security and other aspects of organizing.
The Action Network is a mission-driven organization dedicated to building online power for the progressive movement. You can use Action Network to:
- Organize people to take action online and offline
- Send mass email to recruit and mobilize new activists
- Engage activists with mobile messages
- Raise funds to fuel important work
- And much more!
The Cordillera Peoples Alliance (CPA) is an independent federation of progressive peoples organizations, most of them grassroots-based organizations among indigenous communities in the Cordillera Region, Philippines. CPA is committed to the promotion and defense of indigenous peoples’ rights, human rights, social justice, and national freedom and democracy.
The Indigenous Environmental Network (IEN) was formed by grassroots Indigenous peoples and individuals to address environmental and economic justice issues (EJ). IEN’s activities include building the capacity of Indigenous communities and tribal governments to develop mechanisms to protect our sacred sites, land, water, air, natural resources, health of both our people and all living things,…
DEMUS es una organización feminista peruana que defiende los derechos humanos, en particular los derechos sexuales y reproductivos de las mujeres, promoviendo su libre ejercicio y cuestionando el paradigma cultural hegemónico sobre las mujeres y su sexualidad.
Founded in 1987 as the U.S./Guatemala Labor Education Project, U.S. Labor Education in the Americas Project (USLEAP) advocates for fundamental changes to U.S. trade policies, demands corporate responsibility, denounces violence against trade unionists, and conducts worker justice campaigns in the banana, flower, and apparel sectors.
The ITUC’s primary mission is the promotion and defense of workers’ rights and interests, through international cooperation between trade unions, global campaigning and advocacy within the major global institutions. The site is in French.