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Activism Skills Youth Engagement

A toolbox to build people’s power by Beautiful Trouble

From stories, methodologies, theories, and more - explore and learn from a range of time-tested guidelines, strategic frameworks, and memorable actions.
Activism Governance Skills

Sorry To Bother You: Study Guide

A History Study Guide and Take Action resource to help you start a co-op, union, and other ways to improve your workplace.
Activism Funding Youth Engagement

Donor Finder by CIVICUS

A curated list of progressive donors supporting activists, civil society organizations, and small, informal civil society groups.
Activism Skills Youth Engagement

Fast Company: Create an elevator pitch

How to make the most of making new contacts with a perfect elevator pitch.
Activism Funding Youth Engagement

Resource map for Youth CSOs and donors by Global Fund

A helpful map of multiple resources directly aimed at youth-led organizations and donors.
Activism Funding Governance Youth Engagement

IASC: Young People in Humanitarian Crises

Guidelines for working with and for young people in humanitarian settings and protracted crises.
Activism Skills

Feminist Mentoring for Feminist Futures: Part 1 by CREA

A Guide to feminist mentoring and how it builds feminist leadership. This is Part 1 of ‘Feminist Mentoring for Feminist Futures.’ It is to be used in conjunction with Part 2: The Practice and Part 3: The Stories.
Activism Funding Youth Engagement

Believe in Better: working paper by Action Aid

A working paper on young people's inclusion in national follow-up, review, and accountability processes of the 2030 agenda for sustainable development.
Activism Skills Youth Engagement

Restless: Why Youth-Led Research

Why youth-led research is not just effective, but fundamentally about shifting power.
Activism Skills

Feminist Mentoring for Feminist Futures: Part 2 by CREA

This is Part 2 of ‘Feminist Mentoring for Feminist Futures.’ It is to be used in conjunction with Part 1: The Theory and Part3: The Stories. This Guide was prepared by CREA with support from the Global Fund for Women.