ACT NOW, CHANGE THE WORLD
To stay up-to-date on the latest campaigns and receive guidance on how to coordinate efforts against oppressive authorities, corrupt institutions, and misguided individuals, be sure to follow this page. Our guidance will be specific, providing clear direction on what actions to take and when to take them. Share this with like-minded individuals worldwide to maximize our impact. Remember that even the smallest effort can make a significant difference.
MAKE THE INJUSTICE A PERSONAL MATTER
Feeling a responsibility to fight against injustice and promote justice is a natural and crucial instinct. Taking injustice personally implies an emotional reaction to an injustice that impacts either oneself or someone else, leading to anger, a sense of obligation, or a determination to take action to challenge and overcome injustices.
When you experience intense anger in response to an injustice and a strong desire to take action, there are several ways you can take injustice personally. Some people may opt to voice their opposition to injustice through various channels such as activism, journalism, or outreach, while others may opt for more direct action.
EMPLOYING DIRECT ACTION YIELDS DESIRABLE OUTCOMES
Direct action can be a potent tool for individuals and groups to gain visibility, confront injustices, highlight significant concerns, and motivate others to take action. Nonetheless, it is essential to acknowledge that direct intervention can also come with risks, and one must carefully weigh the potential outcomes before taking any form of direct action.
To achieve maximum effectiveness, it is crucial to avoid replicating the strategies employed by others. Therefore, we propose that you can be more effective in your endeavors by selecting an innovative or novel course of action that can truly make a difference.
YOUR MESSAGE CAN HELP BATTLE INJUSTICE
Messages of pressure exert influence on governments, national leaders, and policymakers to release individuals unjustly incarcerated, uphold unjust laws limiting freedoms, or hold oppressors accountable.
Writing to a Member of Parliament (MP) is a significant method of drawing attention to your cause. An email composed in your distinct voice and style is more likely to be given serious consideration, and a Member of Parliament is obligated to convey your concerns to any relevant government department if you request them to do so. Please share with us any responses you receive via our email.
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