It's not that we don’t need to remind people of the speed or severity of the damage being caused to the planet. But if we want to bring people to our side, it can’t be the dominant ingredient in our messaging, Israel Butler writes.
To celebrate Europe Day, we've created a guide on how to communicate on the rights of people from marginalised groups. It will help you avoid common mistakes and includes tips on what you should do instead. United in diversity, we can strive for equality!
Civil society is resisting new rules proposed by the EU to impose new reporting & registration restrictions on NGOs. But many are using the wrong argument. We’ve put together a guide for NGOs on how to frame their response and avoid the transparency trap.
Do you have a campaign in the pipeline that could do with a boost? Liberties is offering NGOs the chance to attend three days of coaching in the Netherlands to supercharge an up-coming campaign. Applications are open until 2nd May.
Did you know? Today is International Human Rights Day. So we've released a new messaging guide for civil society organisations promoting human rights & other progressive causes. It's full of tips on how to counter smear campaigns & build public support.
Márta Pardavi of the Hungarian Helsinki Committee discusses the status of democracy and civic space in Hungary, and Israel Butler discusses how progressive campaigners can grow support for their issues simply by changing how they talk about them.
How we talk about issues like rule of law and democracy is playing into the hands of authoritarians. Here’s how to change that.
Jelle Klaas, Litigation Director at the Public Interest Litigation Project, discusses a current case he's litigating that could reshape police powers and stamp out the use of ethnic profiling.
Israel Butler and Orsolya Reich of Liberties get you up to speed on the hottest gear for our holiday travels. Also, why it's a bad idea to myth-busting vaccine conspiracy theories.
Politicians use clever framing to convince voters to support laws that harm their own interests. Orban’s new hate law vilifies people for who they love. But its opponents may have unwittingly helped the government by repeating its framing.
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