The 38-page participants resource pack developed for our October 2008 MfC workhops in Melbourne and Hobart.
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An activity to examine internal and external factors that hinder or facilitate a group’s advocacy strategy. This is a useful activity to help you refine goals, objectives, and activities.
A questionnaire for group members to complete and discuss.
It’s next to impossible to make a difference on a huge problem. How you ‘cut’ the problem into issues will influence your prospects of success, and the consequent impact. What parts of the problem (and the solution) are amenable to your influence?
Randy Stoecker’s political opportunity structure helps community organisers to think through strategy on a spectrum of confrontation to consensus.
A great exercise to encourage people to recognise and empathise with different viewpoints relating to a social problem, developed by Christine Herzog of AWEA.
A tool for envisioning specific features of the kind of society participants would like to create, and facilitating development of a common vision and shared values.
This process will be useful to build the confidence of group facilitators in identifying disruptive behaviour issues in groups and developing strategies to addresses them.
A set of considerations to critically appraise strategic decisions.