How to be a Sociocracy Activist?

Becoming a Sociocracy Activist involves actively promoting and advocating for the principles and practices of sociocracy.

Here are some steps you can take to become a Sociocracy Activist:

  1. Learn about sociocracy:

Educate yourself about the principles, values, and practices of sociocracy. Read books, articles, and resources on sociocracy to deepen your understanding of its concepts and implementation.

  1. Attend workshops or training:

Look for workshops, training sessions or webinars on sociocracy. Participating in these learning opportunities will provide you with hands-on experience and practical knowledge of how to apply sociocratic principles in different settings. Sociocracy trainings could enhance your sociocratic expertise.

  1. Join or start a sociocracy group:

Connect with like-minded individuals who are interested in sociocracy. Join existing sociocracy groups or consider starting one in your community. These groups can serve as platforms for learning, sharing experiences and collectively advocating for sociocracy.

  1. Promote awareness:

Spread awareness about sociocracy and its benefits. Organize information sessions, give presentations or write articles on sociocracy to introduce it to others. Utilize social media platforms and online communities to share resources, success stories and case studies related to sociocracy.

  1. Collaborate with organizations:

Collaborate with organizations that align with the principles of sociocracy. Offer to provide training or consultancy services to help them adopt sociocratic practices. Engage in partnerships or projects that promote inclusivity, collaboration, and participatory decision-making.

  1. Advocate for sociocracy:

Advocate for the adoption of sociocracy in various settings. Engage with policymakers, community leaders and organizational decision-makers to highlight the benefits of sociocracy and its potential for positive change. Advocate for its inclusion in governance structures, community initiatives and organizational practices.

  1. Support sociocracy initiatives:

Support existing sociocracy initiatives and organizations. Offer your skills, expertise or resources to assist with their projects or activities. Collaborate with them on advocacy campaigns or contribute to their educational materials and resources.

  1. Lead by example:

Practice sociocratic principles in your personal and professional life. Lead by example by implementing inclusive decision-making processes, fostering collaboration and promoting transparency and accountability. Share your experiences and lessons learned to inspire others to adopt sociocracy in their own settings.

Remember that being a sociocracy activist is an ongoing process of learning, advocacy, and engagement.

It requires a commitment to the values of sociocracy and a passion for promoting inclusive, participatory and effective decision-making processes.

By actively advocating for sociocracy and living its principles, you can contribute to creating more equitable and empowered communities and organizations.

If you want to share your personal reflections on this topic, please feel free to do so in a comment below. Thank you.

Best wishes!


  1. Start here:

  2. Sociocracy – basic concepts and principles:

  3. Why Sociocracy For All (SoFA)?

  4. Social Justice Statement of Sociocracy For All:

  5. Sociocracy For All in the news

  6. Sociocracy basic resources

  7. SoFA Membership - Why join Sociocracy For All?

  8. Sociocracy Training

  9. More sociocracy resources: articles and videos

  10. SoFA events

  11. Many Voices One Song – A sociocracy manual

  12. Who Decides Who Decides? - How to start a group so everyone can have a voice!

  13. Let’s decide together - The definitive guidebook for practicing decision-making with children

  14. Meeting Evaluation Cards - This is the Meeting Evaluation Cards product by Sociocracy For All

  15. Case studies

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