Social Movement Technologies
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Social Movement Technologies’ mission is to provide organizing strategy, training and campaign support to build people-power for justice and win in the digital age. We’re a non-profit movement support group, driven 100% to meet movement needs. We’re super lean – we do lots with little, just like most of the groups we work with.

With team members on 4 continents, SMT’s small but highly effective team has trained staff from over 3900 groups and unions over its first 8 years, and worked with 100+ groups on campaigns more in-depth.

Multiple part- and full-time roles are available, with coaching and training roles starting as low as a few hours a month.

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Testimonials

SMT helped us craft an effective public narrative for our campaign to get a mine closed. SMT helped us finalize a campaign strategy and come up with an effective plan to raise visibility and engage the public. Our campaign led to a pause in the mining. We will keep fighting!
I learnt a lot on grassroots movements, digital campaigns and communications in times of state intrusion or threats.
SMT coaching enabled us to expand our presence within human rights spaces in Kenya beyond an LGBTIQ audience. It helped us use Twitter to connect with allies in the environmental justice and land rights movements. It was amazing to have someone to work with who knows our work and give us templates just when we needed them.
I found a lot of value in this Certificate Program that I use in my everyday work: from using social media effectively; significantly growing accounts and activating people online, pressuring targets in campaigns, and running Twitterstorms. Even when using other tools, I still apply the principles I learned!
SMT’s training on using WhatsApp to activate our bases helped us activate more leaders by creating conversational WhatsApp groups for members and assigning different leadership roles to volunteers.
Our coach was an everyday reminder of what we needed to do. He checked in and followed up on us. It really helped us activate Twitter in our campaigns and tighten up digital security. We moved from just having a Twitter handle to building on a hashtag that saw a jailed human rights activist released from prison.
The program was an eye-opener and better positioned me as a Communications Officer. I learned about digital mobilizing, online community building, and more.
I had an amazing time. I am already applying the valuable content in my organization.
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