Nina Lansbury Hall & Ros Taplin (2006). This version was presented at the 9th annual Environmental Research Event, University of Tasmania, 29 Nov – 2 Dec, 2005.
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the Change Agency’s template incorporating elements of strategy and suggested processes to develop each element with members of your group
Introduces participants to lobbying in an experiential way by drawing on existing experience, incorporating role play, and identifying lobbying as one of many tools and techniques for change.
Helps organisations appreciate their current strategies and approaches.
A critical path charts a sequence of outcomes or changes that are necessary between where we are (here and now) and the resolution of the problem we’re campaigning to solve. This tool helps campaigners to articulate their assumptions about how the intended change will be brought about, step by step. It’s a powerful tool that challenges us to set tactics and communication to one side while we (first) develop a shared understanding about how things are most likely to change.
Randy Stoecker’s political opportunity structure helps community organisers to think through strategy on a spectrum of confrontation to consensus.
Challenges organisers to consider how much power and energy their tactics create, show and take.