Local Organising Groups (2019 update)
Local Organising Groups comprise of a minimum 21 members (of Community Organisers), who have come together to facilitate the use of community organising principles and practice, to tackle issues that matter most to them. The groups work together, listening to their community, building their collective power and developing community led solutions. Read more.
Nottinghamshire Community Organisers are forming a local organising group.
What is Community Organising?
Community organising is the work of building relationships and networks in communities to activate people and create social and political change through collective action.
The community organising process involves identifying what people care strongly about in a community through 1-2-1 conversations, building relationships and networks that are strong enough to support a long struggle for change, developing community leaders and mobilising people to take collective action to achieve a shift of power and significant social change.
For more information see our National team’s website.
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(Completion of the the membership application should take about 3 minutes. Completion of the form is not a guarantee of accepted to the membership network. Community Organisers Ltd reserve the right to refuse membership if we feel the applicant breaches any of our code of conduct, values or principles)