a. Photographer – make sure to arrange a photographer for your event. Great photos are part of the campaign legacy. Email your pictures to email@example.com . The subject of the email should suggest the name of the action and the body of the email should give a brief description of the action along with name, contact info and the location of the event.
b. Videographer – if your action involves rallies, art, political meetings etc, a quick video will go a long way in pushing the campaign message to thousands of people. Upload video to firstname.lastname@example.org or upload the video here – http://www.350.org/en/
c. Printing material – make sure to have your banners, posters and flyers ready at least one day before the day of action. Check out our printing material here – indiabeyondcoal.org/
d. Press spokesperson – Identify spokespeople in your action and share with them the India beyond coal talking points which is available here: http://indiabeyondcoal.
e. Media – Make sure to contact the media for your local day of action. Create a media advisory/press release for your event. The template can be found on the media guide. Make sure they take at least 10-15 copies of this document for the day for the media.
h. Make sure to have basic equipment to set up banners/posters etc. Rope, cellophane, glue, stationery, blue tack etc.
i. If special permission was given for your action, a copy of the permission letter needs to be with the organizer to make sure there are no hurdles during the action.