Steph Walton. A critical reflection on mass convergence as a protest tool employed for refugee advocacy.
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Role play exploring issues of organisational responses to growth and change.
Presentation exploring the ability of an organisation to gain insight and understanding from experience through experimentation, observation, analysis, and a willingness to examine successes and failures, and respond to that learning.
Simple institutional arrangements, like the three options outlined here, can make a huge difference to campaigners’ sense of support and their long-term sustainability.
a case study by Christine Herzog and Deborah Radford attempt to understand why a women’s group using alternative processes was not able to survive differences that arose within the group, and to share the learning.
Jean Christie’s reflections on the establishment and operation of the Interpares (‘among equals’) collective.
Summary of the different types of facilitation roles (e.g. observer, critical friend, fishbowl, vibes watcher) with links to some useful internet resources.
An all time favourite of activist educators. Nicknamed ‘the Monster Manual’ this trainers’ manual made a big impact in Australian social change movements during the 1970s when it was used by trainers during the Franklin dam blockade. Coover and her co-authors were active members of the Quaker network Movement for a New Society. It remains…