Explores power/ privilege/ powerlessness and competition/ co-operationView tool »
Organising your own training for social action? Here is a sample of tools that former TTT colleagues developed over the years for you to download and use for free. They include workshop activities, group exercises and games.
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If you’ve found these tools useful or have any feedback about what else you’d like to find here, let us know.
Basic principles of nonviolent communication and experience using them.View tool »
Trust is essential for effective groups. This is a selection of tried, tested and fun group games to help build trust. View tool »
However well-planned an action might be, there can be unforeseen situations when the group needs to make quick decisionsView tool »
There are lots of ways for communities to make decisions and none of them is perfect. Consensus is where everyone works to reach a decision that all can accept. View tool »
Effective groups learn to use their personality differences to strengthen the group, not weaken it. This is a good tool to identify different group types and how they relate to each other. View tool »
What happens when a group tries to make a decisionView tool »
A selection of tools to capture participants’ evaluation of the workshop.View tool »
A campaign planning tool that identifies goals and breaks an issue down to a level where the group can be effective.View tool »
A campaign planning tool that identifies allies, potential allies, neutral parties and those in opposition to your goal.View tool »
A fun group challenge to learn about cooperation and solving a problem together.View tool »
This tool can be used for planning a workshop and will help to match the workshop with the needs of the group.View tool »
Helps groups to reach a collective understanding about nonviolence.View tool »
A simple spectrum line tool to explore what we mean by nonviolence.View tool »
Identifies characteristics of spirit-based activism and obstacles to it.View tool »
Opens up exploration about spirituality and its relationship with activism.View tool »
Identifies the relationships between inner motivations, promptings and resources, and action for change.View tool »
Identifies sources of spiritual support, strengthens them, and finds ways round blocks to sustainable activism.View tool »
To explore an understanding of power relationships, where power comes from and different sources of power.View tool »
Explores the power that people have in a given organisation or group, and builds understanding of power as relationship.View tool »