Beyond Just Education: Why our approach to teaching makes all the difference in social change  

[An extract from Before You Enlist And After You Say No, a counter-recruitment manual co-written by Daniel Hunter and Hannah Strange (Ruckus Society).]

Cross Community Dialogue Facilitation Toolkit

This Toolkit came about as a result of a need identified by community organisations that were part of the UK-based Grassroots Rising Network of the need for communities to be facilitated to engage in dialogue on some of the most fundamental issues of race and race equality impacting on Black and other minoritised and racialised communities such as Muslims, Asian communities etc. Continue reading

Rethinking Globalization

Lots of resources and links here on the subject of globalization from  the US-based website Rethinking Schools Online, see links section). They relate to the publication Rethinking Globalisation: Teaching Justice in an Unjust World, edited by Bill Bigelow and Bob Peterson.

Rising Tide Climate Action Pack

Environmental campaign group Rising Tide (North America) have produced an excellent pack on popular education and climate change. Click on the link below to download it. It has lots of ideas for sessions.

Trapese Collective chapter on Popular Education

A chapter putting the case for Popular Education from the book DIY: A Handbook for Changing the World by the UK-based Trapsese Collective, (see links section for more info).

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SEAD Community Action Toolkit

This is a series of useful resources and hints for community organising from the Scottish Education Action and Development, (SEAD).

Seeds of Change resources

This is a link to resources from Seeds for Change, a UK-based group that helps train people involved in campaigns. These resources deal with non-hierarchical organising, effective campaigning and direct action.