This Atlas offers a supportive and practical space to learn from non- and multi-partisan members of the global political leadership entrepreneur network (PLEN). It showcases organizations’ most up-to-date tools for driving change in politics. Use it to connect with organizations, gain insights from their resources, and scale your own initiatives.
Note: Items without the PLE Network logo are from organizations that are not members.
The Digital Ads Playbook by ACRONYM+ and Arena assists progressive groups in navigating the online media market and choosing the best platforms to advance their cause.
A subscriber-based monthly resource roundup for women in community leadership.
A research report in partnership with the Environics Institute identifying three new social value groups among Gen Z: egalitarian idealists, hustling hedonists and earnest strivers.
A comprehensive toolkit by Run for Something that supports US-based individuals running for office.
A Spanish language toolkit for denouncing acts of corruption and reporting wrongdoing in Mexico.
A 2020 report examining the impact that electoral rules and systems have on women's representation in leadership.
An EJS Center report revealing the significance of gender bias in Zambia’s media industry.
A network of experts and a hub of country-specific research, topic guides and practical tools for anti-corruption work.
A guide for technology entities on inclusive design practices in the development of programs, policies and platforms.
Profiles of participants in JoinPolitics’ talent development program, including their clever ideas and approaches to German politics.
Profiles of trailblazing women politicians who changed Canadian politics for the better.
A Politics in Colour video compilation exploring diverse perspectives on politics and people of colour.
A set of free, self-led resources to plan your political journey.
A survey in partnership with Abacus Data reveals that more Canadian youths are engaged in politics by evaluating their reading habits, information sources and misinformation exposure.
A podcast established in partnership with Media Girlfriends that features highly candid and dynamic conversations about life in politics with former Canadian MPs.