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Organizing Actions and Events


 Introduction

 

Die-In at Evergreen State CollegeFrom film screenings and panel discussions to die-ins and mock checkpoints, actions and events are among the most visible outputs of most activist campaigns. This module draws on the experiences of organizers around the world to derive a set of best practices which, properly applied, will help other activists to stage the most effective events possible.

Contents are listed below. As with all of PFP's wiki-based handbook modules, suggestions for changes to the structure must be made in the form of comments on the main page of the module. Suggested changes to article titles must likewise be made in the form of comments on the individual article pages. Similar to Wikipedia, all comments on our wiki pages can be found on the "Talk" tab.

 

We hope you benefit from the advice and materials found here, and urge you to share your own experiences and insights by contributing to the module yourself. With your help, we will continue to expand and improve these resources, benefiting Palestine activists everywhere.

 

 

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