TABLA DE CONTENIDOS Contra la Opresión: Introducción El entramado de la Opresión - 2 Contra la Opresión: Palabras Claves - 3 Niveles y Tipos de Opresión: Ejemplos - 6 Ser un Aliado Qué es ser aliado? Lo básico. - 8 Superando el prejuicio de edad - 11 Ser un Hombre Aliado - 13 Ser un Heterosexual Aliado - 15 Ser Aliado de un Trans – 16
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Action Camp: Lessons Learned
Table of Contents
Anti-Oppression: Key Words
Fabric of Oppression
Levels and Types of Oppression: Examples
Organizing and Facilitation Tools
Starting a Diversity Committee in Your Co-op
Websites and Collectives
Books, Readings, and Publications
A useful handout that covers the following areas: What is an ally?; How to be an ally; and Action ideas and tips
This handout is useful for members of cooperative & non-profit boards of directors and includes: Co-op Board Member Job Description; Roles & Responsibilities; Legal Responsibilities of the Board of Directors; Proposal Writing; and Communication Basics.
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?
This presentation was given at the 2009 NASCO Cooperative Education and Training Institute
This resource includes several templates for cooperative business plans from actual housing cooperatives in North America. Other references provided are a blueprint for the development process, of which the business plan is a part, and a cooperative business plan presentation given at the 2009 NASCO Institute.
These materials orignated in a workshop at Institute 2011 presented by Erin Hancock and Kim Penna.
These resources were contributed by Attorney David "Rosebud" Sparer as a resource for housing co-op organizers looking to incorporate as a non-profit or a cooperative.