This activity examines various forces affecting a movement including external groups, internal division, psychological powers and blocks. It’s a terrific way for your group or network to share perspectives and information that will help define what’s...
Designed to provide background information and analysis of the various forms of racism and racial discrimination that continue to occur in Australia, and to suggest strategies to support those affected and to combat racism more generally.
Justin Whelan reviews the emerging literature in this field, noting the points of convergence and divergence and suggesting some limitations of the frameworks and opportunities for effective evaluation that meets the needs of interest groups.
A creative tool for open sharing within established teams. It’s especially useful for organisations where regular communication about personal needs is not straightforward, such as groups whose members are geographically remote from each other.
A workshop introducing participants to Bruce Tuckman’s ‘stages in group development’, facilitating participants’ reflection on their experiences of group development, and identifying and addressing challenges.
Article by Elizabeth (Betita) Martinez. “I was at the jail where a lot of protesters were being held and a big crowd of people was chanting ‘This Is What Democracy Looks Like!’ At first it sounded kind of nice. But then I thought: is this really what...
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.