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With a tip o' the hat to Pussy Riot, the Doggie Riot family of apps are designed to connect and empower members of the organisations below and thereby become a powerful enabler of people powered democracy.

*NEW* Live video streaming from any phone to the phones of the other members of your group. Please contact me at if you would like to try it out as I would need to start the streaming server first (it is still just on trial).

The description of the app can be seen here.
An app can be selected for download and installation here.

In a time when our political and industry leaders have deserted us, other leaders have risen to the challenge. Now we need to back them with action.

01. GetUp!

Paul Oosting

GetUp is working towards a thriving democracy in Australia led by the values and hopes of everyday people. GetUp gives everyday Australians the chance to make extraordinary impact – online, across the airwaves, and in the streets.

02. Eco-shout

Sarah Day
(Photo: The Standard. Melbourne)

Eco-shout exists because we want to save forests not just hug trees, because we want to live in a community not a shopping spree, because we want the whole history - whose land are we walking on? - because we want to start here and now.

03. ANTaR

Professor Patrick Dodson
(Photo: Sydney Morning Herald)

ANTaR (Australians for Native Title and Reconciliation) is an independent, national network of organisations and individuals working in support of Justice, Rights and Respect for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in Australia.

04. AUWU

Owen Bennett
(Photo: Sydney Morning Herald)

Formed in early 2015, the mission of the AUWU (Australian Unemployed Workers' Union) is to protect the interests of the 750,000 (and growing!) people currently unemployed and stop the governments ongoing assault against Australia’s welfare state.

05. APN (SA)

Pas Forgione

Anti-Poverty Network SA is an alliance of people affected and concerned by poverty and unemployment, including job-seekers, low income workers, sole parents, age and disability pensioners, students, community and welfare workers, and others.

06. Greenpeace Aus Pac

David Ritter

Greenpeace is known for its direct actions and has been described as the most visible environmental organization in the world. Greenpeace has raised environmental issues to public knowledge, and influenced both private and public sectors.

07. Lock the Gate

George Woods
(Photo: Power Shift 2017)

The Lock the Gate Alliance is a national grassroots organisation made up of over 97,000 supporters and more than 250 local groups who are concerned about unsafe coal and gas mining.

08. ACF

Kelly O'Shanassy
(Photo: The Chronicle, Toowoomba)

The Australian Conservation Foundation community is more than 400,000 people who speak out, show up and act for a world where forests, rivers, people and wildlife thrive.

09. WWF Australia

Dermot O'Gorman

The global mission of the WWF (or World Wildlife Fund for Nature) is to stop the degradation of the planet’s natural environment and to build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature.

10. Australia

Blair Palese
(Photo: The Fifth estate) uses online campaigns, grassroots organizing, and mass public actions to oppose new coal, oil and gas projects, take money out of the companies that are heating up the planet, and build 100% clean energy solutions that work for all.

11. Amnesty Intl Aus

Claire Mallinson

Amnesty works closely with Indigenous communities and people seeking asylum to fight discrimination, unfair detention and to demand safety and a fair justice system for all.

12. Doggie Riot

Doggie Riot is here.