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Velkommen til Norges største politiske verksted! En konferanse og festival med over 60 foredrag, seminarer, verksted, konserter og kunstinnstallasjoner over fire dager, midt på Youngstorget i Oslo!
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Konferansen finner sted i en stor lavvolandsby på Youngstorget, i Folkets hus, på Kulturhuset og på Eldorado bokhandel.

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Saturday, October 29 • 10:00 - 17:00
People Power Part 2: Waging Conflict without Arms: How to build movements and plan and carry out people power campaigns LIMITED

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Limited Capacity seats available

Part 2: Closed training to pre-registered participants only. Registration required for Part 2 by 17:00 on Friday, 28. October 2016:  http://globalisering.no/en/program/peoplepower

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This is the second part of a three day workshop. This full-day training course is limited to 25 participants to ensure active participation by all. It starts from the theory of people power and social change presented on Friday and moves on to focus on how to build movements and plan and carry out people power campaigns. There will be historical case studies, presentation of practical tools and group work where the tools can be practiced. The training will be interactive and divided into modules covering everything from understanding of power, mechanisms of change, strategies, tactics, mobilisation, leadership, communications and dealing with violence.

1000      Opening and introduction of participants and trainers

1015      Mapping participants’ experience with people power

1030      Introduction to theory of power, obedience, pillar of support, methods, mechanisms of change

1100      Case study video from “Force More Powerful” (USA Civil Rights Movement)

1130      Break

1200      Strategic planning, criteria for success, mobilisation, alliance-building

1230      Backfire and dilemma actions

1300      Tools for planning and analysis

1400      Break

1530      Practicing the tools on a scenario / group work

1630      Presentation of scenario/group work

1700      Break

1730      Dealing with violence and leadership

1800      Communication: messaging, framing, targeting

1830      Q&A

1900      End




Speakers
avatar for Trond Botnen

Trond Botnen

International Programme Adviser, FORUT
Trond K. Botnen: International Programme Adviser at FORUT and Alumni from the Fletcher Summer Institute for the Advanced Study of Nonviolent Conflict in 2009. Former consultant for ICNC and former trainer for The Norwegian Development Network “Bistandstorget”.
avatar for Stellan Vinthagen

Stellan Vinthagen

Professor of Sociology and Inaugural Chair in The Study of Nonviolent Direct Action and Civil Resistance, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Stellan Vinthagen: Professor of Sociology and Inaugural Chair in The Study of Nonviolent Direct Action and Civil Resistance at University of Massachusetts Amherst, International Council Member at War Resisters' International and Senior Academic Advisor in Academic Support Programs at International Center on Nonviolent Conflict (ICNC)


Saturday October 29, 2016 10:00 - 17:00
Folkets hus, Balder Youngs gate 11

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