Community Organising

Community Organising is about listening to people’s ideas and concerns, bring them together with other people who have similar ideas or concerns and encourage them to take action on the things that really matter to them. People’s passion, ownership and collective power are the drives for community organising.


Community Organisers have a core of conduct that ensures skills are transferable, that people feel empowered and that whatever action that is taken is sustainable in time. The Golden rule of community organising is:

“Never do for others what they can do for themselves”

(Saul Alinsky)


 Code of Conduct


Support people to develop their collective power to work together for the common good

Show respect for diversity and promote equality

Remain politically neutral and work with the agenda of people/the community

Manage conflict as an opportunity for growth

Seek win-win solutions

Do not promise what you cannot deliver

Move at the pace of people/the community

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