Welcome to the Collaborative Impact Methods Kit. This is a community-curated library of 500+ techniques and tools to unleash collective change.
This activity makes visible the margins of the group and aims to support group members to feel seen and welcomed.
A tool to use in trainings on effective organising. This spectogram sets up the conversation on how to meet people where they are and move them into action.
The Democracy Hub has a wide range of nonviolent tools and resources for anti-authoritarian and pro-democracy organizing.
Giving and Receiving feedback is a group exercise which supports authentic group relationships for long term collaboration.
Organizational Structure Matrix is a conversational tool to explore the benefits and disadvantages of different organizing structures.
A brief history of nonviolence training around the world, Australia and in the Pacific by a group called Pt’Chang.
Columbian Hypnosis is a theatrical group exercise which explores our tendencies and assumptions around power and leadership.
Do you need to be more creative and innovative? Gamestorming uses games to come up with ideas and solutions. Here is a list of games to get started.
A curated and comprehensive list of tools for democracies and their representatives to conduct an effective assistance program to nonviolent pro-democracy movements.
Civil resistance-Moving from dictatorship to democracy. Negotiations & elections are the breakthroughs that lead to more democratic outcomes.
This guide is a powerful tool for anyone looking to deepen their understanding of belonging and cultivate practices that promote connection, empathy, and community.
Resources to talk about race from the Living Room Conversations. This includes 5 Conversation Guides, a glossary, videos and readings.
People Power, Civil Resistance and Nonviolent Action NVA Trainers and Facilitators – Lists of training activities from Beautiful Trouble.
Security & safety practices, Verbal De-escalation, Office and Organizational Safety, and Security for events and actions by Vision Change Win.
Three courses by 350.org about how to campaign and social movements. The courses are very user friendly, easy to follow and accessible.
A course to understand the basics of storytelling to change hearts and minds and specifically to win over the ‘moveable middle’.
The Spiral Model is a learning framework for putting our values and principles into action in our social movement training.
The Learning Zone Model offers three stages we often move through when we are learning something new. Understand how to learn successfully.
Co-facilitation as an important leadership practice. Here are some tools and processes for effective co-facilitation.