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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...

Organising Inclusive Meetings

Neurodiverse and Disabled Rebels Inclusion

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. You should always build access in from the start of your planning. Not ...

Website Accessibility

Neurodiverse and Disabled Rebels Inclusion

Text Use a sans serif typeface, like Arial or Karla 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. The text should be colou...

Good Practice in Communicating with Disabled People

Neurodiverse and Disabled Rebels Inclusion Good practises when communicating with ...

The following information is a guide to issues which affect different groups of people with impairments in terms of communication. It is important to remember each individual has their own needs and strategies – ask them what their particular needs or issues a...

Communication Checklist

Neurodiverse and Disabled Rebels Inclusion Good practises when communicating with ...

Written communication Is text colour contrasted with background? Is typeface sans serif? Is text large enough for most people to see (Are community languages in large print)? Is layout clear and easy to follow – avoiding columns and box inserts – (althoug...

Not in a Working Group but want to add your resources to the Toolkit?

How to contribute to the Rebel Toolkit NEW: Guidelines for Content Contributors

The Rebel Toolkit is a resource for everyone, built by our rebels. Therefore, if you are a Rebel in a Local Group, a Community Group or in anyway involved and you feel like you have something to add, then please let us know! What to Add? So your group has done...

What is a Local Group?

Starting & Developing your Local Group

Extinction Rebellion organises in autonomous groups distributed around the world. We are working to build a movement that is participatory, decentralised, and inclusive. Local Groups bring a feeling of togetherness and shared purpose to local people and are a ...

Find or Start a Local Group

Starting & Developing your Local Group

Find a Local Group near to you You can look for a group close to where you live on the Local Group map. If you can't find a pin on the map close enough to you, then click on the hourglass symbol to contact your Nation or Region. Local Group Support team is her...

Building Onboarding into your Team

Integrator Handbook Welcoming new volunteers

We know that one of the main reasons that volunteers stay with XR is that they find a community with us. So how can we ensure that we are as welcoming to as many people, and as many different people, as possible? The Job of Welcoming It is an integrator's job ...

Exit Process

Healthy Teams

Emergency Summary Help I need to step back! Step 1 Tell your Coordinator. Step 2 Fill out This Doc to help your team pick up where you left off. Step 3 Breathe. We are all volunteers in XR. This comes with some benefits and also some drawbacks. The benefits ...

Self-Administered Team Health Check

Healthy Teams

This workshop is designed to be used as a tool by any team that wants to run a health check on the way their team is functioning. It focusses on both task and maintenance. Task means getting stuff done. Do you achieve your goals? Maintenance means how you get...