Hello from the Greenpeace Digital Mobilisation Skillshare. We talked with Pascal Husting and many people here about what’s going on. Check it out below!
What would you most hope to take away from the opportunity to spend six days with some of the most creative and experienced people working in citizen engagement and mobilisation campaigns? That’s one of the questions we put to people coming to the first global Digital Mobilisation Skillshare that kicks off next week. Here’s what some of those [...]
Some of the big obstacles facing most every organization are constituent databases (too many of them and they don’t talk to one another) and departmental silos (that make it tough for staff to both talk and work together). Greenpeace Spain tackled the issues of data and team integration head on and this story shares some [...]
A few weeks back we shared some experiences with radical listening at Greenpeace Argentina. Great! But what’s the shift in thinking that made this possible?Staff asked for feedback on a campaign before launching, received some frank assessments that the message needed work, and changed up their approach and plans as a result. In this case, a people-centered [...]
Coal mining in central-Eastern India forests threatens wildlife, including tigers and elephants, and the livelihoods of millions that are dependent on the forests. Greenpeace and others are seeking a “moratorium on all new coal mining in forest areas until the government sets criteria for ‘inviolate’ forests (closed to mining) through a transparent consultative process.” Raising [...]
Greenpeace’s first Digital Mobilisation Skillshare will kick off later this month. (on 26 Feb). Dozens of you around the globe have given time and insights to help put together an engagement-driven draft session slate. We took a look at some session ideas a few days ago. How are big organizing events of the past several [...]