Campaign Handbook Print Edition

Campaign Handbook Print Edition

For your latest campaigning needs, we’ve printed an updated version of our online Campaign Handbook. This print edition is meant to equip readers with the tools and knowledge to engage in effici.

Continue reading »
The election may be over, the campaign never is.

The election may be over, the campaign never is.

Election Day is finally behind you. All votes have been casted, victories have been celebrated and defeats have been mourned. Whatever the case for your party, the campaign is not over. It never is. T.

Continue reading »
Gender in Campaigning

Gender in Campaigning

No doubt: gender plays a critical role in politics in general and for the Greens in particular. But why is gender important in Green Campaigns and what impact has gender on voting patterns? This artic.

Continue reading »
Campaigning on the European level

Campaigning on the European level

Will the 2014 European elections be only one more of those elections with a low participation rate, 28 national election campaigns and a business as usual result? No, of course not. 2014 will be diffe.

Continue reading »
Green, creative and cheap? The Macedonian Green campaign

Green, creative and cheap? The Macedonian Green campaign

For the recent local elections in Macedonia, DOM, the Green Party (Democratic Renewal of Macedonia) founded in 2006, ran on its own list and obtained promising results. Liljana Popovska, DOM’s leade.

Continue reading »
Engrave the principle of the “circular economy” in the Constitution? Not so crazy…

Engrave the principle of the “circular economy” in the Constitution? Not so crazy…

In Switzerland, the popular initiative “for a green economy” launched by the Greens was signed by more than 100,000 citizens, meaning that it has succeeded in putting the topic on the pol.

Continue reading »
Healthcare Citizen Audit: Defending the Spanish Healthcare System

Healthcare Citizen Audit: Defending the Spanish Healthcare System

In a context where the Spanish Welfare state seems at stake, the Madrid branch of Equo decided to launch a campaign for an “Auditoria Sanitaria” (Healthcare Audit) in order to fight against the pr.

Continue reading »
UK uncut: a successful example of direct actions campaigns

UK uncut: a successful example of direct actions campaigns

Since the UK uncut movement started in 2010, they have succeeded in raising awareness on tax dodging and on the existing alternatives to austerity measures. Before UK uncut few talked about tax dodgin.

Continue reading »
Energy Revolution: “our choice, our jobs, our future”

Energy Revolution: “our choice, our jobs, our future”

You have never organised a multi-faceted campaign but you would like to? Les Jeunes Ecologistes (French Young Greens) give you some ideas: they have recently launched their biggest campaign to date on.

Continue reading »
Moving countries, and getting involved in politics

Moving countries, and getting involved in politics

The number of Europeans who move to other Member States is increasing every year. The EU Treaties made this easier than ever, giving European citizens the right to work and the right of residency in a.

Continue reading »
On the eve of the election, what is the state of the Japanese anti-nuclear movement?

On the eve of the election, what is the state of the Japanese anti-nuclear movement?

On December 16th, general elections will be held in Japan. Almost two years after the earthquake that caused a nuclear disaster in Fukushima, the anti-nuclear movement has never been so large in this.

Continue reading »