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Building a movement isn’t just about carrying out an action. Movement-building is about growing relationships, and growing people’s sense of power. For that, we offer ways to get people more deeply involved. The concept of the ladder of engagement can make sure we are inviting people to make a deeper commitment.

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Ukuran Grup: 5-20 people

Durasi: 20 minutes

Gaya Belajar: Audio, Membaca/Menulis, Visual


A young organiser was asking for advice on how to be a better organiser. An older organiser replied, “You are selfish—you take all this work and do it yourself. But other people want to participate and help out. They need you to be more giving and give them meaningful work so they can feel part of the organisation.” Those are wise words—and true for many of us. So how do we get others involved by giving work away? One tool to help us with this is: the menu of tasks.

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Ukuran Grup: 5-30 people

Durasi: 10-20 minutes


Membangun Tim


This is an easy way to welcome the different people in the room, for us to be in touch with their mood, and to help make different connections. We like this activity because it can be done in a group of five or a group of one-hundred (it can also be done in any seating arrangement – a circle, large auditorium, etc.).

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Ukuran Grup: 10-50+ people

Durasi: 5-15 minutes

Gaya Belajar: Audio, Kinestetik, Visual


Activist groups often develop some actions they use again and again. Sometimes that’s sufficient. Groups can develop internal rituals or find that tactics continue to be effective. But oftentimes groups can get so used to do things that do them even when they’re not effective. So if you know a group who keeps picking the same ineffective tactics, or same boring meetings, this tool can help.

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Ukuran Grup: 5-40 people

Durasi: 15 minutes

Gaya Belajar: Audio, Kinestetik, Visual


Building a movement isn’t just about carrying out an action. Movement-building is about growing relationships, and growing people’s sense of power. For that, we offer ways to get people more deeply involved. The concept of the ladder of engagement can make sure we are inviting people to make a deeper commitment.

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Ukuran Grup: 5-20 people

Durasi: 20 minutes

Gaya Belajar: Audio, Membaca/Menulis, Visual


350 staffer Sarah from Egypt has been using a method called appreciative inquiry. That approach centers around the belief that groups make their best progress when they they focus on the skills they do well. When a group says they aren’t good at communication, for example, this approach asks of the group: “Okay, but when you’re the best at communication—what does that look like?” The idea is that seeing what you’re lacking doesn’t help you know what to do more of. Instead focus on what resources you have and how to expand and grow those.

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Ukuran Grup: 5-25 people

Durasi: 45 minutes

Gaya Belajar: Audio, Membaca/Menulis, Visual


A group in Fiji gathering to talk about the possibility of using canoes to stop giant coal shipments from reaching their destination. That action required risk, and risk requires group trust and the willingness to learn and try something new. So facilitators used this tool to start a conversation about how people “maximise” and “minimise” their learning. This highly adaptable tool builds trust and honesty amongst the group and creates a space where people can help each other learn more deeply.

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Ukuran Grup: 5-40 people

Durasi: 20-45 minutes

Gaya Belajar: Kinestetik, Membaca/Menulis, Visual


The goal of this activity is straightforward: getting people to create a timeline of what they have been up to in the last, say, six months. We encourage reflection in small groups so that you get a wide range of input and more chances for participation. Plus, small groups are another way of getting participants to work with each other, especially if you encourage people to get into groups with people they don’t as well or don’t work with as often.

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Ukuran Grup: 5-40 people

Durasi: 35 minutes

Gaya Belajar: Audio, Membaca/Menulis, Visual


Penyelenggara


Activist groups often develop some actions they use again and again. Sometimes that’s sufficient. Groups can develop internal rituals or find that tactics continue to be effective. But oftentimes groups can get so used to do things that do them even when they’re not effective. So if you know a group who keeps picking the same ineffective tactics, or same boring meetings, this tool can help.

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Ukuran Grup: 5-40 people

Durasi: 15 minutes

Gaya Belajar: Audio, Kinestetik, Visual


Building a movement isn’t just about carrying out an action. Movement-building is about growing relationships, and growing people’s sense of power. For that, we offer ways to get people more deeply involved. The concept of the ladder of engagement can make sure we are inviting people to make a deeper commitment.

Topik-topik: , ,

Untuk: , ,

Ukuran Grup: 5-20 people

Durasi: 20 minutes

Gaya Belajar: Audio, Membaca/Menulis, Visual


350 staffer Sarah from Egypt has been using a method called appreciative inquiry. That approach centers around the belief that groups make their best progress when they they focus on the skills they do well. When a group says they aren’t good at communication, for example, this approach asks of the group: “Okay, but when you’re the best at communication—what does that look like?” The idea is that seeing what you’re lacking doesn’t help you know what to do more of. Instead focus on what resources you have and how to expand and grow those.

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Ukuran Grup: 5-25 people

Durasi: 45 minutes

Gaya Belajar: Audio, Membaca/Menulis, Visual


Campaigns aren’t won all at once; instead, they are won through a series of actions. Yet, too often, we design only one action ahead of time. That can be a problem – when that action is over, people want to know what comes next. Right after the action they are energized and ready to do the next thing, and we lose that energy if we don’t have the next step. This tool is about helping us plan ahead and keep momentum. It’s a great tool to use after people have been thinking about possible tactics, or near the end of a campaign workshop to finalise a plan.

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Ukuran Grup: 10-50+ people

Durasi: 20-45 minutes

Gaya Belajar: Audio, Membaca/Menulis, Visual


Power-mapping can help you to identify targets and focus your strategy. The idea is to map out your potential targets, and the institutions and individuals who influence your target, so you can begin to understand possible ways to impact them. A power map can be a useful visual tool to help your team understand power, and see possibilities for campaigning.

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Ukuran Grup: 5-30 people

Durasi: 20-30 minutes


The goal of this activity is straightforward: getting people to create a timeline of what they have been up to in the last, say, six months. We encourage reflection in small groups so that you get a wide range of input and more chances for participation. Plus, small groups are another way of getting participants to work with each other, especially if you encourage people to get into groups with people they don’t as well or don’t work with as often.

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Ukuran Grup: 5-40 people

Durasi: 35 minutes

Gaya Belajar: Audio, Membaca/Menulis, Visual


A strategy tool to examine the range of social forces and groups, spread across a spectrum, from those who are the most dedicated opponents to those who are the most active supporters. This tool can uncover how tactics need to be planned in relation to whether or not they attract key allies; encourage more optimistic mobilisation efforts through a realization that it is not necessary to win over everyone to our point of view; and assess where a group needs to do more research related to allies.

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Ukuran Grup: 5-50+ people

Durasi: 15-30 minutes

Gaya Belajar: Membaca/Menulis, Visual


By themselves, rulers cannot collect taxes, enforce repressive laws and regulations, keep trains running on time, prepare national budgets, direct traffic, manage ports, print money, repair roads, keep markets supplied with food, make steel, build rockets, train the police and army, issue postage stamps or even milk a cow. People provide these services to the ruler though a variety of organizations and institutions. If people would stop providing these skills, the ruler could not rule.  - Gene Sharp • The Politics of Nonviolent Action

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Ukuran Grup: 5-50+ people

Durasi: 15-30 minutes


A young organiser was asking for advice on how to be a better organiser. An older organiser replied, “You are selfish—you take all this work and do it yourself. But other people want to participate and help out. They need you to be more giving and give them meaningful work so they can feel part of the organisation.” Those are wise words—and true for many of us. So how do we get others involved by giving work away? One tool to help us with this is: the menu of tasks.

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Ukuran Grup: 5-30 people

Durasi: 10-20 minutes


Sarana untuk aktivitas yang Partisipatif


We start with the assumption that it is both validating and empowering to learn from our own experience. This process allows people some time for inner reflection (with their “eyes-closed” if they so desire) to help people vividly remember a positive experience and use it. Then people get to share that story—which reinforces the learning—and finally get to put it in a larger framework.

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Ukuran Grup: 5-50 people

Durasi: 20-45 minutes

Gaya Belajar: Audio, Membaca/Menulis


Consider a common problem for many groups: keeping new members engaged. We may see people join our meetings but never return. Sometimes we just forgot to give them information about when or where the next meeting is. But oftentimes, it’s because we haven’t listened well to them finding out what motivates them, what inspires them, and what tasks would excite them (rather than just being told what tasks they should volunteer for).


Strategi


350 staffer Sarah from Egypt has been using a method called appreciative inquiry. That approach centers around the belief that groups make their best progress when they they focus on the skills they do well. When a group says they aren’t good at communication, for example, this approach asks of the group: “Okay, but when you’re the best at communication—what does that look like?” The idea is that seeing what you’re lacking doesn’t help you know what to do more of. Instead focus on what resources you have and how to expand and grow those.

Topik-topik: , ,

Untuk: , ,

Ukuran Grup: 5-25 people

Durasi: 45 minutes

Gaya Belajar: Audio, Membaca/Menulis, Visual


Campaigns aren’t won all at once; instead, they are won through a series of actions. Yet, too often, we design only one action ahead of time. That can be a problem – when that action is over, people want to know what comes next. Right after the action they are energized and ready to do the next thing, and we lose that energy if we don’t have the next step. This tool is about helping us plan ahead and keep momentum. It’s a great tool to use after people have been thinking about possible tactics, or near the end of a campaign workshop to finalise a plan.

Topik-topik: ,

Untuk: , ,

Ukuran Grup: 10-50+ people

Durasi: 20-45 minutes

Gaya Belajar: Audio, Membaca/Menulis, Visual


Power-mapping can help you to identify targets and focus your strategy. The idea is to map out your potential targets, and the institutions and individuals who influence your target, so you can begin to understand possible ways to impact them. A power map can be a useful visual tool to help your team understand power, and see possibilities for campaigning.

Topik-topik: ,

Untuk: , ,

Ukuran Grup: 5-30 people

Durasi: 20-30 minutes


The goal of this activity is straightforward: getting people to create a timeline of what they have been up to in the last, say, six months. We encourage reflection in small groups so that you get a wide range of input and more chances for participation. Plus, small groups are another way of getting participants to work with each other, especially if you encourage people to get into groups with people they don’t as well or don’t work with as often.

Topik-topik: , ,

Untuk: , ,

Ukuran Grup: 5-40 people

Durasi: 35 minutes

Gaya Belajar: Audio, Membaca/Menulis, Visual


A strategy tool to examine the range of social forces and groups, spread across a spectrum, from those who are the most dedicated opponents to those who are the most active supporters. This tool can uncover how tactics need to be planned in relation to whether or not they attract key allies; encourage more optimistic mobilisation efforts through a realization that it is not necessary to win over everyone to our point of view; and assess where a group needs to do more research related to allies.

Topik-topik: ,

Untuk: , ,

Ukuran Grup: 5-50+ people

Durasi: 15-30 minutes

Gaya Belajar: Membaca/Menulis, Visual


By themselves, rulers cannot collect taxes, enforce repressive laws and regulations, keep trains running on time, prepare national budgets, direct traffic, manage ports, print money, repair roads, keep markets supplied with food, make steel, build rockets, train the police and army, issue postage stamps or even milk a cow. People provide these services to the ruler though a variety of organizations and institutions. If people would stop providing these skills, the ruler could not rule.  - Gene Sharp • The Politics of Nonviolent Action

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Untuk: , ,

Ukuran Grup: 5-50+ people

Durasi: 15-30 minutes