A brainstorming exercise to develop a recruitment plan.
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Amanda Tattersall’s matrix contrasting ad hoc, support, mutual-support and deep coalitions according to six criteria.
An activity to develop a shared understanding of different levels of participation and the ways people might develop themselves and embark on an “activist journey”.
Everyone knows the principle behind collective organising is that when people work together they are stronger than those working alone. But this principle also applies to organisations. Coalitions between unions and community organisations are not new.
Here’s a challenging exercise for practicing making decisions and communication, and deepen a group’s capacity to work more effectively together.
Handout with information from the CANVAS Core Curriculum to be utilised within the Mind map: Preparing for recruiting activity.
Designed to provide background information and analysis of the various forms of racism and racial discrimination that continue to occur in Australia, and to suggest strategies to support those affected and to combat racism more generally. These resources
A workshop for developing a shared framework of recruitment and recruiting skills, and an understanding of the importance of these in building a social movement.
James Whelan (2012) describes how parts of the environment and climate change movements are adopting the techniques and logic of community organising. This challenges them to learn new habits of political analysis and engagement, and unlearn old ones.
A sample agenda for a workshop aimed at building skills and confidence to recruit others into a social movement.