This exercise is used to analyse the root causes of a problem and to identify the primary consequences. The tree provides a visual structure for the analysis. Developed by Lisa VeneKlasen and Valerie Miller.
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Aidan Ricketts (2000) examines how the North East Forest Alliance has successfully combined uncompromising direct action strategies in the form of blockades and occupations with sophisticated lobbying and litigation. Published in the Alternative Law
An activity to assist groups select effective tactics by thinking more strategically.
An exercise to help group members identify the political assumptions that shape their opinions and analysis.
Aidan Ricketts, Shelley Bielefeld, Sue Higginson and Jim Jackson investigate the use of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) and the common law that applies to companies as mechanisms to discourage environmentally destructive activities of corporations.Publish
This resource is used in the Tactics Analysis activity.
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.
Citizen activism has achieved many positive results. But the road to success for social move-ments is often complex, usually lasting many years, with few guides for evaluating the precise stage of a movement’s evolution to determine the best way forward. Doing Democracy provides both a theory and working model for understanding and analyzing social movements,…
“What follows is for those who want to change the world from what it is to what they believe it should be. The Prince was written by Machiavelli for the Haves on how to hold power. Rules for Radicals is written for the Have-Nots on how to take it away. In this book we are…
What makes people tick: the three hidden worlds of settlers, prospectors and pioneers Chris Rose’ powerful guide to values mapping is a ‘must-read’ for campaigners. If you want to communicate effectively with people – especially if you want to persuade them to act – you need to start from where they are, not from where you…