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Training for nonviolence can be an important first step in helping people to confront fear and support each other when facing police, community and institutional opposition to their activism. The Trainers’ Resource Manual is a collection of training tools that can be used to assemble workshops to match the needs, experience and availability of groups working for social change. The manual is one outcome of a six-month partnership between Pt’chang Nonviolent Community Safety Group and the Donald Groom Peace Committee. The aim of that partnership has been to substantially develop the capacity of trainers around Australia to provide nonviolence training to the wider community.
Chris Jensen developed this process guide to prepare facilitators to lead discussions. The process entails designing and asking questions to help participants learn key concepts. Facilitators are encouraged to listen more than tell, and to be specific in their training objectives.
How can we maximise the relational potential of tactics that are primarily designed to turn people out for our rallies and other public events? How can we harness the power of shared interests and values when we’re focused on organising events to show numbers? For the Organise conference in Sydney, James and Fee designed and experimented with…
This 90-minute workshop helps differentiate between transactional approaches that aim to mobilise large numbers of people and relational approaches that form deeper connections and identify shared values and self-interest. Participants assess the relational/transactional potential of various tactics, then create strategies that incorporate both.