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Power Sharing Discussion Guide
This guide will help you hold a conversation with your colleagues about what POWER SHARING means to you and your social change work. It poses questions such as: What power do you have? What power do you share in pursuit of social change? What power would you like others to share with you?
It has been designed based on workshops we have run with civil society groups in the first phase of the project. There has been more appetite for these workshops than there is time for our team to deliver them, so we hope this will help you host the conversation yourself.
There are three documents for you to download in this resource pack
Power Sharing Project blogs and articles
Shelter held an internal event to present SMK’s Power Sharing Project. Last month I held a webinar on power sharing with my colleagues in Shelter – and I’m feeling pretty energised. Imagine this. You know over 100 people have accepted an invitation to a Zoom meeting...
This is a long-read blog in which we share what we’ve been hearing on the Power Sharing Project so far about lived experience, power, civil society, individualism, collectivism, and allyship (i). In the midst of lockdown, I was privileged to speak to Margaret Aspinall...
Ensuring the voices of young people are heard is a daunting task, but not because young people do not have a voice of their own - they do. It's because those who are best placed to create the changes that young people desire, sometimes opt not to hear them either,...