Activism aims to produce social and political change. But how? What works and what doesn’t? Activism and Social Change seeks to answer these and related questions in order to make activists more effective. It draws on decades of research on social movements, picking out the key theories and practices that can inform the way we unite, fight and win.
Eugene Nulman, PhD is an activist with nearly two decades of experience and an academic researcher in the area of social movements. He is the author of the bookClimate Change and Social Movements: Civil Society and the Development of National Climate Change Policy, a contributor to Znet and teleSUR English, and a documentary filmmaker.