Rhize is connecting movements across the globe with the resources they need to increase and sustain active participation in their work for a more open, democratic world.

Rhize identifies, amplifies and connects Catalysts who are using people-power to fight injustice in their communities, challenge the status quo, and build innovative alternatives—the change movements of today.

Rhize’s Global Coaching Corps builds movements’ capacity with strategic support. Catalysts learn from coaches and build upon expertise of past movements, eventually become coaches themselves—perpetuating and strengthening people-powered systems.

In order to get everyone involved in supporting and engaging movements, Rhize co-creates with a variety of organizations to help them conduct research and build strategies for working more effectively.



The largest generation of youth in history is taking the world by storm and changing the way traditional institutions think about their role in fostering social change. Rhize is building a coalition of partners that are joining together to adopt and collaborate on new approaches that mirror the networks, movements and structures of these emerging catalysts - who put values and cause over mission and brand and demand solidarity and support from behind rather than aid from the top.  

breaking: #bringbackourgirls victory and what you can do

Amina Ali Darsha Nkeki, one of the 276 Chibok girls Boko Haram abducted over two years ago, has been found! This is a huge movement victory for #BringBackOurGirls!—But, it’s also an important moment to leverage attention and ensure Amina gets the essential support she needs after this traumatic journey and to ensure rehabilitation services are in place for other survivors when they return. Sign this petition in solidarity with Amina and the possibilities of her new future.