The Center for Communication and Civic Engagement at the University of Washington in Seattle is dedicated to understanding the ways people communicate in order to promote citizen engagement and effective participation in local, national, and global affairs. ·
The Center for Third World Organizing (CTWO, pronounced "C-2") is a racial-justice organization dedicated to building a social-justice movement led by people of color. We were established in 1980 as a training and resource center that promotes and sustains direct-action organizing in communities of color in the United States. CTWO provides organizer training programs, including the model Movement Activist Apprenticeship Program (MAAP) and builds an active network of organizations and activists of color to achieve racial justice in its fullest dimensions. ·
The Toolkit is a set of resources that supports face-to-face training for residents and community leaders. The computer-based component (the "Organizing Game") is used to introduce concepts, prompt discussion, and allow residents to practice skills in a safe, non-threatening environment. The initial focus of the Toolkit is teaching Doorknocking, an organizing technique that's particularly effective in moving issues within a local community.
Play the Game Online
You can play the Organizing Game online by clicking one of the links below. The game will open in a new window. ·
Human 1.0 (formerly Beeline Labs), Deloitte and the Society of New Communications Research have launched an annual survey to examine how the world’s most innovative and biggest organizations are managing communities, measuring success, and deriving business benefits. ·