- Add information and practices for starting a club, joining the network, hosting an event (a few sources are listed under Resources). Perhaps divide the page into 2 parts: an introduction with call to action(s), and an expanded section for deeper reading/FAQ things.
- Consider chapters 3 and 4 of Do It Yourself: A Handbook For Changing Our World as an introductory topic for a club. Discuss how the club operates, how the club fits into the network, how to use consensus decision making or deliberative democracy to deal with governance issues.
- Add a list of broad topics that can be used to generate ideas about how the needs in your community connect with national and global issues1:
- Climate Change, Energy, and Pollution
- Poverty and Sustainable Economic Development
- War & Violence (War and Conflict)
- Race and Ethnicity
- Gender and Sexuality
- Internet access, online privacy and security, and freedom of information
- Consider adding a checklist for organising an event, similar to http://www.africacodeweek.org/sites/5551c60a0905eb7c7c000002/content_ent...
- Consider adding practices for handling divisive topics online, e.g. how online debate sites operate, Tactical Tech guide, Coral Project if it has published guides.
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