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Using Social Media

Engaging Our Rebels Designing an Activation Campaign

When using Social Media as a part of your campaign it is important to consider the platforms you are using and how this may alter your content. Check out the hashtags and links Here. If you find the idea of Social Media alarming check out our Nervous Rebel's...

Social Media
Outreach
Messaging

Principles Of Inclusivity

Engaging Our Rebels We are Everyone

In order to build an inclusive approach towards involving all sections of society in the struggle to highlight the Climate Emergence, it is necessary for XR to pay particular attention to five activity areas: Organisation and running of meetings The prod...

Campaign Design

Engaging Our Rebels Designing an Activation Campaign

Consider your messaging narrative and timeline for the coming Rebellion, think about how it links to the actions you are planning, the story you are telling. Who are you talking to, what information do you need them to know, what are you asking them to do? ...

Campaign
Messaging
Social Media

Doorknocking

Outreach Methods and Materials Ways to do outreach

Door Listening Why Door-to-door Listening? Approaching members of your local community to invite them to take part in Actions or Community Assemblies. The process of knocking on people’s doors and simply listening to what they have to say is both humbling and ...

Editing Pages

How to contribute to the Rebel Toolkit Contributing - The Technical Side

Any rebel with a Communications Hub login can edit pages within dedicated 'wiki' spaces, but from Sep 2023 onwards, the overall Rebel Toolkit will being more curated with specific team (with the appropriated mandate) having exclusive access to curate and maint...

Help
Practical Guide
BookStack

Reactivation Talk

Engaging Our Rebels Reactivating Rebels

No Time to Lose if we Want to Live Summer 2020, the world has been in lockdown, rebels have been isolated for months and yet their apetite for Action has grown! Lockdown has been tough. Our movement asked its rebels if they wanted to proceed with a Summe...

Mobilisation
Practical Guide
Organising a Rebellion
Local Group

Email Campaigns

Engaging Our Rebels Designing an Activation Campaign

An email campaign is an excellent addition to any messaging campaign for your area! It allows you to send timed emails over a period, target your emails to specific parts of your mailing list, delay follow-up emails and send emails in response to actions ...

Practical Guide
Action Network
Email

Rebel Ringing

Engaging Our Rebels Designing an Activation Campaign

Rebel Ringing enables us to call Rebels in our local area, check in with them and let them know about local actions/events/talks etc. It is a really effective way to re-engage dormant Rebels, spread the word about upcoming actions/events and strengthen the mo...

Outreach
Practical Guide
Mobilisation

Don't be Afraid to Ask!

Engaging Our Rebels Designing an Activation Campaign

“The good news for organizers who want to help build the political revolution is that people really are just waiting for you to ask them to do something big.” ― Becky Bond, Rules for Revolutionaries: How Big Organizing Can Change Everything Every event s...

Mobilisation
Local Group
Coordination

Welcome to the Rebel Toolkit!

How to contribute to the Rebel Toolkit

What is the Rebel Toolkit? A one stop shop for individual Rebels and members of Local and Community Groups. It will contain everything you need to know in order to set up and run a group, and take action with XR. What is changing? The Rebel Toolkit is current...

Digital Team

Engaging Our Rebels Designing an Activation Campaign

Do you have a project in mind which has a digital side to it? See the Digital Team page for advice on how to get assistance.

How to debrief

Action Planning After an action

As the movement grows, it is important that we learn from our achievements and our mistakes. A debrief after an action gives us the opportunity to recognise our skills and weaknesses and to develop ourselves both as individuals and part of a team within the mo...

How to Host a House Meeting

Outreach Methods and Materials Ways to do outreach

What do you feel about the Climate Crisis? And what does it mean to you to be part of Extinction Rebellion? Then, there’s how do your family, friends, neighbours and colleagues feel, too? Sometimes, it can be hard to have a conversation about all this because...

Outreach
Mob
Local Group
Practical Guide

Street Outreach During the Rebellion and at Actions

Outreach Methods and Materials Ways to do outreach

When Nonviolent Civil Disobedience has been most effective, it has taken place on a foundation of connected and organised communities. Actions are our primary way to get into the public eye but our actions alone are not enough. We need to use these actions...

Outreach
Practical Guide
Rebellion

Talking about the Crisis on the Street

Outreach Methods and Materials

Part of our job as rebels is to Tell the Truth so engaging with the general public during a Rebellion is vital, and those passers by might be a bit annoyed with you/Extinction Rebellion, so be prepared! What are your aims: Listen to them, find out what they ...

Outreach
Mobilisation
Practical Guide
Rebellion

Contact the Rebel Toolkit team

How to contribute to the Rebel Toolkit

Contact the Rebel Toolkit project team: On Mattermost, the Rebel Toolkit Reception channel in the UK Team. It is a public channel, so you can join yourself to it. By email : LGsupport@extinctionrebellion.uk

Organising Inclusive Meetings & Activities

Engaging Our Rebels We are Everyone

When considering an accessible and inclusive meeting, there are 3 aspects you need to think about: Planning and preparation The equipment and information The conduct of the meeting. Remember: There have always been disabled people engaged in po...

Accessible Documentation & Leaflets

Engaging Our Rebels We are Everyone

Here are some tips on good practice: Offer a good contrast between print and background (e.g. black/blue on white/yellow) Avoid glossy or thin paper Aoid light type weights and unusual typefaces Keep information as concise as possible with short sentence...

Good Communication

Engaging Our Rebels We are Everyone

Written Communication Do ensure that the letterhead and contact details are in clear, large, lowercase print use appropriate font size and script ensure that the subject of the poster/leaflet is clear, and that the header makes sense make the purpose of t...

Website Accessibility

Engaging Our Rebels We are Everyone

Accessible website design 1. Text Use a sans serif typeface, like Arial as it is easier to read for visually impaired people. A large font equivalent to Arial 14 is a good size – the alternative is to have a Large Print button at the top of the home page. T...