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Il n’y a aucun coût pour devenir un partenaire de sensibilisation de SMT. Les fondations, les réseaux d’organisation et les groupes disposant d’importantes listes d’e-mails de groupes progressistes ou de syndicats peuvent devenir des partenaires de sensibilisation.

En tant que partenaire de sensibilisation, lorsque SMT propose une formation utile à votre réseau, vous pouvez envoyer un e-mail  à ce sujet à votre réseau (l’email peut faire référence à plusieurs formations à venir, mais il ne peut être utilisé que pour obtenir une réduction sur la prochaine formation ou les deux prochaines après son envoi). SMT ne peut se permettre d’offrir des tarifs réduits que si les partenaires de sensibilisation permettent à un nombre beaucoup plus important de personnes d’accéder aux formations de SMT. 

Toute personne affiliée d’une manière ou d’une autre à un partenaire de sensibilisation bénéficie d’une réduction sur les formations (généralement environ 50%). Pour obtenir la réduction, elle doit simplement nous transmettre l’e-mail du partenaire de sensibilisation concernant la formation.

Si vous souhaitez que votre organisation devienne un partenaire de SMT, envoyez un courriel à info@socialmovementtechnologies.org en indiquant votre nom, votre rôle et vos coordonnées, ainsi que la taille et la nature du réseau avec lequel vous pouvez partager les formations, et nous vous contacterons.


Réseaux mondiaux/ multirégionaux


Afrique – Sub-Saharienne

  1. Africa Human Rights Network
  2. Afrika Youth Movement
  3. Amalgamated Rural Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (ARTUZ)
  4. GALCK+
  5. Laudato Si’
  6. WoMin African Alliance


  1. European Network Against Racism (ENAR)
  2. European Sex Workers Rights Alliance (ESWA)
  3. South East Europe Network (SEENET)
  4. Migrants Organise (UK)
  5. ActionAid Italy

Amérique Latine

  1. 350.org – Latinoamérica
  2. Afrochingonas – México
  3. Asociación Grupo de Pensamiento Afrodescendiente. GPA – Ecuador
  4. Campaña Colombia Contra Minas – Colombia
  5. Asociación para la Promoción Social Alternativa. MINGA – Colombia
  6. Centro de Derechos Económicos, Sociales y Culturales. CDES – Ecuador
  7. Coalición por Venezuela. CPV – Venezuela
  8. Fundación para el Desarrollo de la Población Afrocolombiana del Quindío – Colombia
  9. Fundación para la Justicia y el Estado Democrático de Derecho. FJEDD – México
  10. Grupo Safo | Red sin Violencia – Nicaragua
  11. Manifesta LGBT – Brasil
  12. Plataforma Global (Action Aid). GPES – El Salvador
  13. Propuesta Ciudadana – Perú
  14. Tinta – The Invisible Thread
  15. Unión Argentina de Mujeres. UMA – Argentina

Moyen-Orient – Afrique du Nord

  1. Takatoat – Jordan
  2. Gusoor for Peace and Coexistence – Yemen

Amérique du Nord

  1. Alliance San Diego
  2. America Votes
  3. Association for Women’s Rights in Development (AWID)
  4. Blue Ridge Environmental Defense League
  5. Blueprint NC
  6. Center for Community Change
  7. Center for Health, Environment and Justice (CHEJ)
  8. Center for Innovation in Worker Organization (CIWO-Rutgers)
  9. Center for Popular Democracy
  10. Choose Clean Water Coalition
  11. Clean Water Action
  12. Climate Advocacy Lab
  13. Colorado Civic Engagement Roundtable
  14. Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund (CELDF)
  15. Corporate Accountability International
  16. Durham For Organizing Action
  17. Fellowship of Reconciliation (FOR-USA)
  18. Food Chain Workers Alliance
  19. Gamaliel Foundation
  20. Global Alliance for Incinerator Alternatives
  21. Global Justice Ecology Project
  22. Indigenous Environmental Network
  23. Interfaith Worker Justice
  24. International Labor Communications Association
  25. Jewish Voice for Peace (JVP)
  26. May First Movement Technology
  27. Michigan Voice
  28. Midwest Academy
  29. National Coalition for the Homeless
  30. Nation Inside (end mass incarceration network)
  31. National Democratic Training Committee (NDTC)
  32. National Juvenile Justice Network (NJJN)
  33. New Economy Coalition (NEC)
  34. New Hampshire Labor News
  35. Nurses for Sexual and Reproductive Health (NSRH)
  36. Ontario Clean Water Alliance
  37. People’s Action
  38. Popular Resistance
  39. Power Shift Network
  40. Right to the City Alliance
  41. Showing Up for Racial Justice (SURJ)
  42. Toxics Action Center (New England)
  43. Training for Change
  44. UniteWomen.org
  45. US Campaign for Palestinian Rights
  46. U.S. Labor Against the War (USLAW)
  47. Workers Independent News
  48. Unions and labor councils
    1. Colorado Education Association (CEA)
    2. NewsGuild – CWA
    3. California Labor Federation
    4. North Carolina State Federation
    5. Upper Ohio Valley CLC
    6. Washington State Labor Council
    7. Washington DC CLC


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Nathan Taft, Digital Campaigner, Stand.earth
We reached out very last minute to get help with ad campaigns. It was a really great experience, I have nothing but good things to say about it. We look forward to being able to work with them again in the future
Iridane Sanchez, Deputy Director West of Data and Technology, State Voices
Great information on how to make emails more impactful and spur action. Great to get direct feedback on a sample email.
Jocelyn Meyers, Communications and Development Director, Friends of Cedar Mesa
[The Digital Campaigning Certificate Program] is a wonderful course with a great amount of information to get you started on understanding how digital can work for your own organization.
Marium Navid, Digital Organizer, SEIU-UHW
SMT is the only training I know of that speaks our language of activism and uses the tools we use everyday in the field. They are a go-to resource to help raise the bar for communications in the labor movement.
Mark Maldonado – Digital Strategist, Texas AFL-CIO
I got a LOT out of it...the idea that comms can be used not just to “raise the visibility” of my organization, but to build power -- to move people, engage them, get them to do something concrete to push our social justice work forward. The strategies and tools shared were super helpful, and have already had measurable impact. Staff is fantastic - knowledgeable, responsive, thoughtful, collaborative.
Mary Schindler, Communications Manager, Youth Leadership Institute and SMT Digital Campaigning 2017-2019 alum
Last year, we worked with SMT on a census campaign with Native Voice Network, and we got so much direct campaign support, one-on-one coaching. I spent a lot of time doing just one-on-one coaching support with ads. after that I felt super empowered and fearless to just navigate all these different tools in the universe. So it was a really great and helpful experience for us.
Isel Cuapio, Digital Organizer, Native Voice Network
All of SMT training is packed and powerful!
Monika Warner, Public Relations Chair – Professional Aviation Safety Specialists (PASS), AFL-CIO
[Story-Based Strategy] was awesome. It was sort of a refresher and a reset for me as an organizer and a social worker. I took a great deal of notes.
Jessica Estes, Deputy Director, MOWIN
I wish SMT had existed when I started organizing in 2010! I learned many of these skills on the fly, often through trial and error. Overall it is really helpful to learn about all of the new tools which exist, especially ones that non-profits can use for low or no cost. The presentation did a great job of outlining best practices for many different scenarios.
Isaac Silberman-Gorn, Mechanic Mentor, Baltimore Youth Kinetic Energy
Our staff have taken SMT’s excellent trainings over the past five years. Mastering the strategic use of digital tools is essential to advance social change online. SMT’s offerings are a much-needed and unique resource. And they are responsive and committed to meeting the needs of participants. We’re thrilled to partner on the new Global South track of their Digital Campaigning Certificate program, which is a need that we expressed and they acted on promptly. Thank you SMT!
Shelley Buckingham, Digital Communications Lead, Association for Women’s Rights in Development (AWID), Canada
SMT is an amazing resource for starting digital organizing and communications and maintaining a program that engages members and moves them to action. There are a bunch of free and super reasonably priced webinars available so you can jump right in and focus on what you need to improve.The webinars have just been stellar. I've learned so much, especially from the Top Tools and Tactics to bump up your organizing game. I used the templates and resources to set up an editorial calendar and to track stats for our new social media channels. It was very easy to take what was presented in the training and apply it to my union immediately.
Katie Ryan – Assistant Business Agent, IATSE Local 16
SMT helped us choose an appropriate database for our organization. Its focused training sessions are valuable tools that have helped us further a conversation with our grassroots leaders about strategically building a more powerful, goal-oriented organization.
Alison Auciello – Climate Justice Organizer, Communities United For Action
The webinars were very thorough, and the SMT team seems very responsive, broadly knowledgeable, and intuitive. The “WhichCRM?” questionnaire was helpful when I filled it out with my team. It helped us think about the aspects of a CRM we were looking for.
Nurses for Sexual and Reproductive Health (NSRH)
[The Digital Campaigning Certificate Program] is a great course to get to know all the different aspects of digital campaigning. What I like most about it is the consistent focus on building power.
Joep Karskens, Digital Organizer, Friends of the Earth Netherlands
I found the email coaching course to be extremely helpful. I thoroughly enjoyed that this exercise involved everyone working from the same assignment. It made the feedback that much more helpful. I think this has been one of the best SMT sessions that I've taken.
Crystal Mor, Digital Coordinator, NJ-CAIC
This is great for C3's to understand what they SHOULD be doing during elections. I think there is much more space for C3s to take the GOTV initiative.
Logan Mills, Community Organizer, Maine Women’s Lobby
The Social Movement Technologies Digital Campaigner Certificate is an excellent opportunity for me to meet digital organizers from across the country who are doing important work fighting for social justice on digital platforms. Often times, we are isolated in our work whether it be regionally or by issue, but through this program I've learned so much about all the cool ways other organizers are engaging and building movements. I've also been able to refresh my own knowledge about digital campaigning and have learned about a ton of new technology, software, and platforms that can be used for positive social change. Thank you SMT team!
Jen Lawhorne, Digital Organizer, ProgressVA
Two things I valued most about the program were lifelong access to the course materials and case study walkthroughs from some of the most compelling organizers and organizing collectives we have in the field right now.
Keisha E. McKenzie, PhD, Director of Digital Strategy, Auburn Seminary and Digital Certificate Program participant 2018-2019
[SMT's WhichCRM tool] helped me make a side by side comparison without having to spend hours sifting through demos and websites on my own. Invaluable!
Ann Bickerton, VP of Membership, Heart of LA Democratic Club

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