Recommended reading for world changers*

*after you’ve read The Armchair Activist’s Handbook, of course.

Books. I love books. There are some really great ones out there on activism, some of which have inspired me in my own attempts to make a little bit of a difference. So I thought I’d share a few ideas. Each have a very unique approach and focus, but are all useful for helping the armchair activist find their way:

The Leaderless Revolution by Carne Ross

A Little Book of Craftivism by Sarah Corbett

How to Change the World by John Paul Flintoff

The Book of Rubbish Ideas by Tracey Smith

Beautiful Trouble, edited by Andrew Boyd and Dave Oswald Mitchell

The Heretic’s Guide to Global Finance by Brett Scott

Psychology for Activists by Dan Conway

The Politics of Nonviolent Action by Gene Sharp