We’re gearing up for the most anticipated global Greenpeace staff event.
The next Digital Mobilisation Skillshare is coming in February 2014!
At the DMS14, we’ll come together again to kick our work into a higher gear. We’ll continue to create plans for distributed campaigning and harness our experiences and skills to develop best practices and tools for mobilisation planning. At the same time, we’ll kickstart and improve our leadership skills to that our community is better prepared to deliver on our global vision through distributed campaigning.
Who is this event for?
The Mobilisation Lab brings together 100+ individuals engaged in people-powered campaigning and digital mobilisation from all our Greenpeace offices in the world including campaigners, communicators, digital specialists, and volunteer coordinators among others.
DMS14 is happening on February 11-14, 2014.
The DMS13 Experience
Stories from Digital Mobilisation Skillshare 2013
- When mobilisation takes a life of its own
- Skillshare reflects maturing mobilisation community (VIDEO)
- Students drive change at Bowling Green University
- Volunteer makes disappearing bees international issue
- Daily campaigning equals longer, deeper conversations
Other Stories about the GPDMS
- What I Learned at the Greenpeace Digital Mobilisation SKillshare #GPDMS
- People Power – It’s in the Design
- The ideas of the many
- Greetings from Spain! A volunteer’s first experience at an official Greenpeace skillshare
The 2013 Digital Mobilisation Skillshare (DMS) is the Greenpeace mobilisation community’s chance to share knowledge and experiences while strengthening working relationships. The event recognizes people doing good work and creates space for innovation, creative collaboration, and maybe even some fun.
Please read our recap of the 2013 DMS.
Sessions, Photos, and Video from DMS 2013
The DMS brought together nearly 150 Greenpeace staff from almost every national and regional office worldwide. We were also joined by some amazing Greenpeace volunteers (Julian Gretsch, Sarah Banderet, and Josh Chamberland). Allen Gunn of Aspiration served as facilitator. We were also joined by several colleaguesand guests from allied organizations who shared their experiences and skills.
Participants designed and ran over 100 sessions at the DMS. Titles ranged from “I want 50 volunteers, and I want them tomorrow” to “How to create high performing Mobilisation teams” and more.
Rachel Weidinger of Upwell gave attendees the scoop on her group’s social media listening and campaign testing programs designed to increase global attention to Ocean issues. Read more about Rachel’s session, big listening, and feedback from participants. Read also about our DMS12 story.
Some photos from the DMS