Organise and Act is not so much a monument to past activities, people, or aspects of the political struggle. Rather, it is a document of what is possible and desirable in a world where the relations of power remain seriously skewed. The overriding story of the book is one of people organizing themselves and their working lives in order to tell their stories in spite of the dangerous conditions of a civil war. Organising was in itself action, and the plays encourage others to act in solidarity for change. In this way the book is a message of hope.