These lectures on social movements mention a variety of ways a group of people work together in favor of a shared ideal. These movements can be strictly social as well as political or even artistic in nature.
In a gender equality speech given by Emma Watson, the actress talks about the role men have in supporting the rights of women. She speaks on behalf of the United Nations campaign called the He for She movement. Free the Children founder Craig Kielburger and his brother Me to We co-founder Marc Kielburger discuss how to create change at We Day -- a youth event celebrating the positive impacts young people have made locally and globally. Euvin Naidoo discusses investment opportunities in Africa and a new industrial movement in his innovation speech.
Whether you are interested in learning more about feminism, climate change or even the power of films, these lectures on social movements provide ample information.
30 Lectures on Social Movements
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How to Create Change
The Process of Social Entrepreneurship
Online Freedom of Speech
Advocating for Same Sex Families
Starting a Movement