These activities and worksheets are from a workshop titled "Introduction to Accountability Models" presented by Evelyn Smith at NASCO Institute 2017.
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.
Tips for having the hard conversations in your group, developed at the 2007 Anti-Oppression Action Camp
You can use this tool creatively, adapting the intensity of the 4 basic principles to different situations, depending on the level of risk being taken in each setting. Some components of these tools may be inappropriate for some settings, and invaluable in others. The more personal risk involved, the more carefully you want to frame the space at the outset, because a secure anchor is the only thing that will enable a process to fly to the heights of its potential.
This packet is full of useful tools for learning about and practicing nonviolent communication. This resource was created by: The Center for Nonviolent Communication (www.cnvc.org), 5600 San Francisco Rd. NE Suite A, Albuquerque, NM 87109, Tel: +1.505.244.4041. "We share our material freely and we appreciate donations. A contribution that reflects your appreciation of what we offer and the value you receive will be used to further the development and distribution of Nonviolent Communication.
A packet of resources to help facilitate conflict resolution in your co-op.
This handout is from Laird Schaub's workshop on conflict resolution at NASCO Institute (2010).