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Things to consider when planning an Action

Action Planning Before Action

Give yourself time. At least a month planning, preferably. This is especially important for nouri...

Updated 3 months ago by Kay

Roles within your Action Team

Action Planning Start Here - Help

Roles within your group It is advised to have these designated roles covered and a back-up for ea...

Updated 3 months ago by Kay

How to find events near you using the Map

Other Online Tech Tools Movement Calendar and Events Map

The events map shows events across the whole UK. It's helpful to bookmark this on your phone for ...

Updated 3 months ago by Jim

How to request a Legal Observer for a protest

Arrestee and Legal Support Planning an action?

Legal observers have a vital role to play in supporting the right to protest. But what exactly do...

Updated 3 months ago by Stella

All other roles

Arrestee and Legal Support Volunteering with Arrestee and Legal Su...

Direct to volunteer hub.

Updated 3 months ago by Stella

Court supporters

Arrestee and Legal Support Volunteering with Arrestee and Legal Su...

This page is about supporting at plea hearings and at magistrates cout trials. It describes the ...

Updated 3 months ago by Stella

Witnessing a stop and search

Arrestee and Legal Support Legal guidance - going on a protest

When attending a protest it is important to be prepared to witness, or even be subject to, a stop...

Updated 3 months ago by Stella

Know Your Rights

Arrestee and Legal Support Legal guidance - going on a protest

Where possible our Legal Support team will deliver a Know Your Rights training either in person o...

Updated 3 months ago by Stella

Civil law - injunctions

Arrestee and Legal Support Legal guidance - going on a protest

Some actions may carry the additional risk of breaching an injunction. For information on injunct...

Updated 3 months ago by Stella

Bustcards - what they are and what they provide

Arrestee and Legal Support Legal guidance - going on a protest

Bustcards are printed cards that provide key information in the event of an arrest at a protest. ...

Updated 3 months ago by Stella

How to get involved

Insure Our Future

All of the information on how to get involved in the week of insurance actions (26 Feb - 01 Mar 2...

Updated 3 months ago by Jim

Follow up information for people who have completed the NVDA course

Post Training Resources NVDA

Hello Rebels! Thank you so much for coming to the Nonviolent Direct Action training workshop. It ...

Updated 3 months ago by Ned

What is Action Support?

Action Support

In order to succeed, actions need to be planned with a surrounding web of support. ‘Support’ mea...

Updated 3 months ago by Jim

Automatic welcome email for your group

Action Network for XR Writing and Sending Emails on Action Ne...

So, you’ve got your group up and running and people are signing up via the LGmap or the UK websit...

Updated 3 months ago by Emma

Messaging pack for IoF

Insure Our Future

Insurance is the Achilles heel of the global fossil fuel industry. It’s what gives companies such...

Updated 3 months ago by Emma

Bringing new people into Actions

Action Planning Before Action

We want it to be as quick and easy as possible for new people to join us at actions. Here are som...

Updated 4 months ago by Jim

Communication with the police

Action Planning Before Action

We recommend discussing your action with the Protest Liaison team. They will be able to advise op...

Updated 4 months ago by Jim

Training via Rebel Toolkit and Rebellion Academy

The Foundation Programme

XR uses a lot of different tools and platforms! The Hub, Mattermost, UK Cloud, Rebel Toolkit, Reb...

Updated 4 months ago by Ned

Zoom Sessions

The Foundation Programme Learning on Zoom

This section describes the various Zoom sessions that you will find in the Foundation Programme, ...

Updated 4 months ago by Ned

The Right to Protest vs. the Role of the Police

Action Support Protest Liaison

Whilst there is no specific ‘right to protest’ in law, everyone does have the right to peacefully...

Updated 4 months ago by Emma