What is a Social Change Network?

It is mentioned that this site acts as a social change network. What does that mean exactly?


A network is a way to encourage autonomy while providing a means of coordination for the serious struggles that lie before us in our efforts to effect major changes in our society. In a network, each unit (in The Transition's case a BUD) has the ability to decide its own direction, in communication and coordination with others.


Source: Building Social Change Communities

Contributors: Peter Woodrow, The Training/Action Affinity Group of Movement for a New Society

Recommended Reading: Building Social Change Communities