Tavaana/New Tactics Webinar 3: Restorative Tactics (English)

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  • 1. A Project of 649 Dayton Avenue St. Paul, MN 55104 USA T:+1.612.436.4800 Email: newtactics@cvt.org Websites: http://www.cvt.org http://www.newtactics.org Exploring RESTORATIVE Tactics after abuses have taken place provided by Nancy L. Pearson, M.S.W., L.I.S.W. New Tactics in Human Rights Project Manager The Center for Victims of Torture A Tavaana Webinar
  • 2. Todays Webinar Outline:
    • Brief overview and orientation to:
      • Using our on-line tools!
      • Foundation for Strategic Thinking & Tactical Innovation
      • Key Terms
      • SIX reasons for the need for new tactics
    • Exploring RESTORATIVE Tactics
  • 3. Using our technology tools
  • 4. Did you attend either of the previous webinars - Prevention or Intervention tactics?
    • YES
    • NO
    • NO, but I did attend the New Tactics course offered by Tavaana
    • NO, but I did attend a different course offered by Tavaana
    C B A D
  • 5. Foundations for Strategic Thinking and Tactical Innovation
  • 6.
    • THREE sources of knowledge that are necessary for good strategic and tactical thinking.
    Sun Tzu (over 2,000 years ago)
  • 7. Know Know Know From Sun Tzu the Art of War
  • 8. Know Yourself Know Your Opponent Know the Terrain From Sun Tzu the Art of War
  • 9. Key Terms
  • 10. What is STRATEGY?
      • The aim or purpose toward which an effort is directed.
      • An outline of key steps and approaches in accomplishing the goal.
    A B
  • 11. Strategy requires the joining together of many decisions
      • Strategy defines what is important to do.
  • 12. Strategy requires
      • Decisions that include key steps and approaches in accomplishing the goal.
        • Selection of key objectives
        • Appropriate targets
        • Understanding of needed constituencies
        • Resources
        • Decisions on which tactics to use and when
  • 13. Tactics
    • Tactics are the means through which a change is made. Tactics are the levers or mechanisms to carry out a strategy.
      • A tactic is a specific action or systematic combination of actions taken to affect a given situation.
      • Tactics are one of the key building blocks of strategy.
      • Tactics are about the how, while strategies are about the what.
  • 14. Target
    • The person, institution, group or segment of society where your tactical action is directed .
  • 15. Hitting your target
  • 16. Target
    • The person, institution, group or segment of society where your tactical action is directed .
    • PERSON
    • Policeman
    • Judge
    • Lawyer
    • Doctor
    INSTITUTION
  • 17. Target
    • The person, institution, group or segment of society where your tactical action is directed .
    • INSTITUTION
    • Police Academy
    • Ministry of Justice
    • Bar Association
    • Hospital
    GROUP
    • PERSON
    • Policeman
    • Judge
    • Lawyer
    • Doctor
  • 18. Target
    • The person, institution, group or segment of society where your tactical action is directed .
    • GROUP
    • Police Trainees
    • Judges
    • Lawyers Association
    • Medical Association
    • INSTITUTION
    • Police Academy
    • Ministry of Justice
    • Bar Association
    • Hospital
    • PERSON
    • Policeman
    • Judge
    • Lawyer
    • Doctor
  • 19. Questions or Comments
  • 20. Why the need for "new" tactics?
  • 21. When your only tool is a hammer, New Tactics in Human Rights www.newtactics.org
  • 22. every problem looks like a nail. New Tactics in Human Rights www.newtactics.org
  • 23. 6 Reasons for
    • What we know how to do influences what we think is possible to do. Tactics help determine strategy.
    • Different tactics are effective against different targets.
    • Different tactics appeal to different constituencies.
    • Tactical flexibility is the source of surprise.
    • Tactics teach participants and observers how to engage in the world.
    • Tactics are the training systems for engaging participants and allies in the organizations work.
    "new" tactics
  • 24.
    • Groups capacities
    • Tolerance for risk
    • Analysis of the opponent
    • Context in which the tactics will be used
    Important considerations are needed in making tactical choices:
  • 25. What is your vision?
  • 26. Questions or Comments
  • 27. RESTORATIVE Tactics
    • Primary source for todays examples:
    • New Tactics in Human Rights: A Resource for Practitioners (The workbook is available in English, Farsi, Arabic & other languages)
    • Additional sources from New Tactics website: http://www.newtactics.org use quick link Tactics and Workbook
    • See also Tavaanas website for additional Case Study Examples: http://tavaana.org/casestudies.jsp
  • 28.
    • Exploring THREE kinds of RESTORATIVE tactics:
    • Remembering Abuses
    • Strengthening Individuals and Communities
    • Seeking Redress