Andrew Phifer

Netroots: 7 Legal Rules for Online Advocacy That Everyone Should Know

Are you attending Netroots Nation this summer? If so, you won’t want to miss our training: 7 Legal Rules for Online Advocacy That Everyone Should Know. Bolder Advocacy Counsel Isaiah Castilla & Communications Strategist Shanelle Matthews will make sure advocates know the rules and tips to be most effective. Learn more about the training in the below excerpt from a Netroots interview with Isaiah.

Margi Clarke

Best practices to strengthen and prepare organizations for opposition tactics

Social change organizations do not just fight injustice; sometimes, we also fight lies and opposition attacks. In an effort to prepare nonprofits, we need a framework to weather these attacks in ways that refocus and strengthen our work while building greater confidence in our organizations. Learn how to “ARMOR” your organization!

Margi Clarke

What funders should know about opposition attacks

Crisis preparedness and thoughtful crisis responses can strengthen organizational capacity across the board. The Weathering the Storms project helps groups make progress in just a few weeks or months, and helps funders meet goals around due diligence and gain assurance about grantees’ resilience in the face of attacks. Learn more…

Margi Clarke

How Organizations Can Weather a Storm

Not all organizations will face opposition attacks, but it’s smart to be prepared! RoadMap’s new report “Weathering the Storms” outlines recent trends and shares experiences of groups taking simple steps to strengthen and ready their organization.

Andrew Phifer

Piecing together a plan for successful advocacy

Successful advocacy is a lot like a puzzle. Advocates need to make sure they have all of the pieces of their plan in place, that they fit together, and that they allow for flexibility to adapt strategies as needed. Check our first piece in a five-part series for funders that breaks advocacy into 18 specific steps.