These activities and worksheets are from a workshop titled "Introduction to Accountability Models" presented by Evelyn Smith at NASCO Institute 2017.
This handout is from Laird Schaub's (Fellowship for Intentional Community) workshop titled "Consensus 101" at NASCO Institute 2013.
This is from Philly Stands Up! at NASCO Institute 2010.
This document contains a cover letter describing the intention and purpose of the workshop, the workshop outline, and some notes on what the group brainstormed. This workshop was created by Kate "Sassy" Sassoon for 10-30 participants.
These handouts were contributed by Will Travers for a two-part workshop on Land Rights and Nonviolence at NASCO's 2008 Cooperative Education and Training Institute. Part One covers the Land Gift Movement in India and Part Two covers Nonviolent Action in Modern Movements.
Developed by CANBRIDGE - a process collective - (Consensus And Network Building Resolving Impasse and Developing Group Effectiveness)
Table of Contents
1. What this workshop is; what it isn’t
2. What is conflict?
3. Why work on it at all?
4. Why work in the dynamic moment?
Tips for having the hard conversations in your group, developed at the 2007 Anti-Oppression Action Camp