Our organizers work on civic issues and lead campaigns that create urgency and improve the relationship between citizens and the government.
Like in the origin of campaigns on the battlefield, in our organizing campaigns, our organizers define a target and determine an end goal. We build teams of volunteer leaders who fight for the change we believe in, by researching data, defining metrics, building relationships with supporters, and creating the strategies we use for a win.
Unlike a cyclical model, our campaigns have a definite start and end: while we may have different peaks and lows of action, we begin to exit the community once we’ve built a network of informed leaders confident and capable of resolving issues. We do this by forming democratically-set up, highly structured local teams, who fight to hold their government accountable and increase community participation in the democratic process.
Four Mumbai neighbourhoods.Seven Haiyya organizing Fellows. 16 core team members. Three partner organizations and five nation-wide trainings. Over 30,000 registered to...read more
Four corners of Mumbai. 28 organizers. Over 900 volunteers engaged. We started our Vocal campaign because we saw that the voting process had become so far removed from the local issues...read more