National Association for Rights Protection and Advocacy
Employing change theory to appreciate where people or institutions sit in terms of the willingness to embrace change in their practices adds a third dimension to the map that can help guide decisions about the best targets and strategies to employ.
This 3D approach to power-mapping will be discussed through a real-life example. Participants will then create the first draft of their own map individually or in small group exercises.
Participants will leave the workshop session with an understanding of power-mapping and how change theory can inform this advocacy tool. They will gain hands-on experience in generating a coded Power map.