Social movements are behind the most powerful changes around the world. From voting rights, to political upheavals and the fight for racial equality – social movements can change mindsets, enact laws and shift policies. But only if they succeed.
So what are the features of a movement that can hold the attention of leaders and involve millions of participants?
This episode of 'Experts Explain', with Hahrie Han, Professor of Political Science at Johns Hopkins University, delves into how to make a social movement succeed.