How? Strategy & Tactics
Nowadays, we all have access to tools to communicate what we care about, organize people around an important goal, and raise money for our activities. So we no longer need to wait for institutions to initiate and drive change. This course will guide you, step by step, through the process of designing your own “People-Powered Campaign”: a tool for mobilizing mass audiences to support activists' causes.
The course consists of 4 parts and a quiz, created by the renowned Greenpeace and MobLab Collective experts.
So, you have set your objectives and you know what you’d like to accomplish through online campaigning. You are aware of whom you have as your allies and opponents and you know their beliefs, needs and challenges they face. You have also mastered structuring the campaign content. You are now ready to start working on the details and focus on HOW you’re going to achieve your goal. This is what “Online Campaigning Part 3” is about.
In Part 3, you will learn:
- How to create a solid theory of change,
- How to challenge your assumptions, step-by-step: from identifying them, through testing to confirming their correctness and using them in you theory of change
- How to map your strategy,
- How to develop an effective digital tactic which can increase your supporters’ involvement,
- How to work our tactics for your campaign,
- How you can use the Engagement Pyramid to analyze your relationships with supporters,
- How to map the resources you can use in your campaigning tactics: both the resources you have, and those of your supporters’ (tangible and intangible ones),
- How to identify your leverage points: the structures, the culture, and the alternatives,
- The Basics of the Probe-Sense-Respond approach as a tool supporting campaign development in a complex domain
- How to evaluate your ideas.
Who is this course for?
- Activists who would like to enhance their digital impact and deepen supporters’ involvement
- Comms people who want to update their knowledge and skills and harness the new power to improve their audience’s engagement and collaboration
- Organizations aiming to rethink and redesign their campaigns in order to gain new supporters
- Everyone who is looking for more information on how to run their digital campaigns in a more participatory way
Time Needed to Complete the Course:
It takes ca. 45-60 minutes to complete one part of the course and ca. 2-3 hours for voluntary individual assignments
If you missed any of the previous parts, no worries! Click on the links below to register:
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