“Theories of Change” is a set of questions developed to encourage people to think about why they want to work for social change, and then help them consider appropriate strategies for doing this.
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An exercise which explores the different ways social movements can bring about change and how these different mechanisms can help when selecting tactics.
An exercise to develop recruitment skills.
Resources for developing effective facilitation skills. Topics covered include: tips for facilitators; running effective meetings; forming agendas; testing for agreement; and decision making models.
Outlines the major advantages, some potential disadvantages, and suggestions for avoiding the dangers in co-facilitation.
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.
An overview of the two roles that often appear in group conflicts – mainstream and margins.
This exercise challenges community organisers to envision a sequence of changes on the path to their desired social changes. One of our favourites.
A comprehensive role play outlining various scenarios in a fictitious development project and various stakeholder roles with the aim of developing participants’ environmental advocacy skills.