These resources, created by World Movement partners, offer tools, insights, and support to individuals in government on a variety of topics. Although they were not created specifically for activists who cross over into government, they may help those who seek to develop strategies for success.
While all resource descriptions appear in English, the menu below lets you choose resources which have translated versions.
Highlighting basic norms that individuals should adhere to while serving as a member of parliament. It was developed by the Open Government Partnership’s Legislative Openness Working Group, with support from the National Democratic Institute (NDI).
This guide offers tips and strategies for governing effectively as public servants, with emphasis on the first 100 days in office. This manual was published by the International Republican Institute (IRI).
Providing five scenarios, including disinformation campaigns and social media accounts, this report can prepare one for cyberattacks and how to work with media to establish a plan if a cyberattack occurs. Even though this is focused on campaigns, individuals can use this guide as part of their communication strategy in government. This document was developed […]
These eight principles help government officials engage with civil society leaders to advance reforms that are sustainable and equitable. The Filipino Department of Budget and Management and civil society organizations wrote this document.
With case studies, this tool includes lessons learned and best practices for establishing effective constituency outreach offices while serving as an elected official. It was published by the National Democratic Institute (NDI).
Focused on Morocco, this manual offers tools to address the challenges of constituent relations, which can benefit constituents, leaders, and society as a whole. This document was made by the National Democratic Institute (NDI).