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Halt the Harm Network – How Long Will the Shale Revolution Last?

Did you know that the Energy Information Administration (EIA) were forced to downgrade their estimates by 96%? The EIA has a track-record of over-estimating production – which, as you can imagine has a significant impact on policymakers. The rosy cheerleaders of the “shale revolution” are increasingly looking at a scoreboard that says the jobs, benefits,…

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Organizing and Mobilizing in the Age of Connectivity

What does Harry Potter and organizing support for your cause have in common? Did you finally break down and rent a shared service, ride, or apartment? Where did all the gig workers come from? Chances are that you too have been swept up in someone’s networking campaign. The tools for outreach and communication are not…

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Announcing HHN Campaign Project Fellowships 2019

This program aims to support people fighting the harms of fracking and gas development. The program also seeks to support Fellows interested in informing and organizing people in their community. The Fellowship offers hands-on experience, talent development, and structured immersion in network building and movement support. Details: This Fellowship provides a stipend of $500 and…

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HHN Welcome Committee Fellowship 2019

Welcome Committee fellows make sure the process for participating in Halt the Harm Network are smooth, inclusive and friendly.  We support network participants via the “Welcome Committee”. We are looking for people that are passionate about helping others, good at customer service, and willing to go the extra mile to help users understand what our…

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Movement as Workforce

What would you do with 10,000 people with 10 minutes each? Since 2005, I’ve asked this question, don’t have an answer yet. And still, we are increasingly faced with this challenge. We need to take the time to seriously prepare to answer questions like the one above and other questions like what if 100,000 people…

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Seven Elements Spotlight: Shared Resources

In theory, bringing nonprofit leaders across a movement together in an advocacy network sounds simple. In practice … well, it’s a bit more complicated. See, as much as we like to tout the benefits of networks at Netcentric Campaigns, we understand that many nonprofit leaders are sometimes hesitant to join forces with others in their…

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Introducing Netcentric Campaigns: Bigger Mission, Bigger Impact

When striving to achieve change, sometimes you need to change something about yourself. Green Media Toolshed is now officially Netcentric Campaigns. Our new name reflects our expanding work to help foundations, nonprofit organizations and grassroots leaders mobilize advocacy networks that will achieve change for the greater good. Although we’ve got a new moniker, we aren’t…

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Building STEAM in Atlanta

Network Opportunity Assessment for Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation The Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation launched its Pipeline Project in 2015 with the goal of increasing the number of low-income, preK-12 students in metro Atlanta demonstrating demand for and proficiency in STEAM subjects. Since that time, the Pipeline Project has reached 86,000 students and 22…

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Moving Maryland Forward Network

Through the Moving Maryland Forward Network (MMFN), a diverse network of leaders who are working together to create policy change across a wide swath of vital issues. Funded by the Robert W. Deutsch Foundation, MMFN brings together dozens of advocacy leaders to share their expertise, participate in trainings led by each other and collaborate on…

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RWJF Leadership Network

With more than 12,500 members, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) Leadership Network is a place for thousands of the most dedicated leaders across the nation to connect and engage with each other and RWJF on building a Culture of Health in America. The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) Leadership Network is where people who…

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