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As an official partner of the global March movement, Cochrane encourages our contributors and colleagues to get involved. We’ve pulled together a list of ideas and resources to engage and to continue to build on this movement after April 22.
Let them know that you work with an official partner organization, and offer to help get involved. Are you or a Cochrane colleague in your area willing to speak publicly about the key role that science plays in society and how it affects critical issues in your region? Let them know!
At the DC March, Cochrane US has developed an interactive exercise that compares chocolate bars
to help teach people to understand the principles of randomized trial design. Check out our website for how-to guides about how these kinds of interactive activities can support the movement.
March organizers are gathering statements from marchers all over the world about why they’re marching and what the important issues are in their regions. Share yours! Follow #MarchforScience on Twitter for the latest updates.
We’ve started a Pinterest board with signs for carrying at the March share links that you’d like to add with us and we’ll include a selection. These slogans can be inspiring even after the March, giving us the drive to continue to be involved and engaged.