Tag: AFL-CIO

Is this the future of unions?

There is a tide starting to rise in the world of progressive activism, and unions in Australia and globally may get caught in it. The tide is comprised of decentralised, leaderless, temporary movements, empowered by online organising platforms like MoveOn, Change.org, Avaaz, Twitter and Facebook. These platforms have given everyday people unprecedented power to come […]

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Collective Bargaining Facts: a new AFL-CIO website

The AFL-CIO is increasingly demonstrating that it “gets” online campaigning, with the launch this year of its Collective Bargaining Facts website. Designed by New Signature, and winner of a IMA Outstanding Achievement Award, this website ticks many of the boxes. Where CBF shines Professional design: a good, professional design is essential these days, and unions […]

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Three world-class union campaign websites (2011)

I write a lot about good campaign websites and landing pages, and I get often get asked for examples of what I mean. This post is a showcase of four of the best union campaign websites out there at the moment. One is a campaign that I had direct involvement in, while the others encapsulate […]

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