When multiple groups and organisations come together to work on a campaign, they often opt to collaborate together in a coalition. Coalitions, however, have garnered a reputation for causing campaigners headaches due to their frequently slow, bureaucratic and top-down decision-making processes. In this guide, we look at an alternative way of building powerful collaborative campaigns.
- Disclaimer / request for your help
- Why do we need to do coalitions differently?
- Who’s doing networked coalitions well?
- What do networked coalitions look like and how can they benefit a campaign?
- When this might not work for you
- What this requires (people, resources, etc.)
- Setup steps/ stages
- What success looks like for a networked coalition
- Tricky parts/ fixes
- Further resources
See the most updated version of the guide HERE.