Measuring People Power in 2020+ Published

2020 Digital Fundraising Report Published
March 12, 2020
Why Civil Society Cannot Be Passive on Artificial Intelligence
March 12, 2020

The last decade was one of people power where small grassroots groups, distributed movements, and major NGOs devoted more time and energy to adapting people-powered strategies to their particular contexts. For decades, many social change practitioners operated on the assumption that wellfunded, well-organized and tightly controlled change-making institutions were essential to building and exercising power. There has always been an alternative theory, however—one that gained currency in the last decades of growing access to the internet and social media: people power. To answer questions such as: How do you measure gifts of time, expertise and leadership? What indicators can you use to assess grassroots power building, organizing and volunteer initiatives? MobLab and 13 other organizations embarked on research, consultations and a global survey to learn how social change practitioners and leaders across the globe currently grapple with these questions. Read more here.

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2020 Digital Fundraising Report Published
March 12, 2020
Why Civil Society Cannot Be Passive on Artificial Intelligence
March 12, 2020

The last decade was one of people power where small grassroots groups, distributed movements, and major NGOs devoted more time and energy to adapting people-powered strategies to their particular contexts. For decades, many social change practitioners operated on the assumption that wellfunded, well-organized and tightly controlled change-making institutions were essential to building and exercising power. There has always been an alternative theory, however—one that gained currency in the last decades of growing access to the internet and social media: people power. To answer questions such as: How do you measure gifts of time, expertise and leadership? What indicators can you use to assess grassroots power building, organizing and volunteer initiatives? MobLab and 13 other organizations embarked on research, consultations and a global survey to learn how social change practitioners and leaders across the globe currently grapple with these questions. Read more here.

Source: MOB LAB

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