The New Organizing Institute: Training for organizers by organizers

Are you managing a political campaign and want to know what a campaign manager should do?  Do you know how to manage your data?  Do you need to do a training for organizers and need some compelling materials?  Do you want to brush up your skills as an organizer.   The New Organizing Institute (NOI) is building a community of organizers across North America and the world. Their in person and online materials have been developed and refined by organizers in the field, and provide the basic tools necessary to build movement and win real change.

For their online toolkits please visit the toolbox here.  You can watch videos, view slides, download materials, and discover other resources to meet your organizing needs.

They also host amazing in person trainings and community building events.  Though the NOI is based in the US, but it has worked with Canadian organizations recently to build organizer linkages in Canada.  I can't recommend their trainings highly enough.  Visit their website for more.

 

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