Challenges organisers to consider how much power and energy their tactics create, show and take.
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Exercise to help your group define the characteristics of political life in the ideal future as expressed in roles, relationships, and values in decision making.
An adapted version of the Midwest Academy’s community organising grid, this simple table provides one way of putting together key pieces of a strategy in a relative order.
A powerful tool to help groups shift focus from tactics to strategy.
Abstract from Bill Moyer (1989) The Practical Strategist: Movement Action Plan strategic theories for Evaluating, Planning and Conducting Social Movements. Social Movement Empowerment Project.
Stretches people’s imaginations in envision and articulate the kind of society they would like to create, going beyond vague values to specific features.
U.S. activist-educator Bill Moyer conceived Movement Action Plan (MAP) to explain and explore the stages and advocacy roles evident in successful social movements.
An experiential exercise to clarify the difference between goals, tactics and strategy.
Nina Lansbury Hall & Ros Taplin (2006). This paper was presented at the Australian Political Studies Association conference, Newcastle University, September 25-27.
This resource outlines Saul Alinksy’s guidelines for selecting tactics (source: Rules for Radicals).