Our Approach

Two significant resources are guiding us in this process.

We’re talking to colleagues about how a Collective Power Playbook might be helpful to them and their work. We are interested in learning more about who you are working with and how they build power. What outcomes are you hoping to achieve with them?

We’ve got starter content from FabRiders’ FabToolkit, where we’ve been publishing curriculum developed through our facilitation work with advocates, activists, charities and non-profits for the last decade. Along with the existing social learning exercises we have in the FabToolkit, we will also be collecting other and developing new resources that can support individuals in learning how to work with/facilitate groups in ways that empower them.

The Collective Power Playbook will always be a work in progress. We want to use the development of the playbook to convene, learn and engage.