This resource outlines Saul Alinksy’s guidelines for selecting tactics (source: Rules for Radicals).
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This people-sized board game developed by Karen Ridd (Training for Change) is useful to introduce a strategic framework, review issues and practice creative brainstorming.
Jason MacLeod’s case study analyses the West Papuan struggle from the perspective of the theory and dynamics of nonviolent resistance and the strategic principles of nonviolent conflict. He begins by discussing the historical background, root causes of th
An exercise to turn your group’s desired changes into objectives that are Specific and Strategic, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic and Time bound.
It’s next to impossible to make a difference on a huge problem. How you ‘cut’ the problem into issues will influence your prospects of success, and the consequent impact.
An activity to examine internal and external factors that hinder or facilitate a group’s advocacy strategy. This is a useful activity to help you refine goals, objectives, and activities.
A set of considerations to critically appraise strategic decisions.
A tool for envisioning specific features of the kind of society participants would like to create, and facilitating development of a common vision and shared values.
This activity examines various forces affecting a movement including external groups, internal division, psychological powers and blocks. Macro Strategy is a kinesthetic way to introduce this activity.