Category Archives: Organizing

Cine comunitario y organización popular

“… Hacer arte supone una revelación, porque implica sacar a relucir la verdad, que yace en lo más profundo del país, para llevarla a escena, al papel o al cuadro. Pero hacer eso entre nosotros, significa crearlo todo de nuevo … Continue reading

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Relational Leadership Theory – Exploring the Social Processes of Leadership and Organizing

Relational leadership is a relatively new term in the leadership literature, and because of this, its meaning is open to interpretation. In the present article I describe two perspectives of relational leadership: an entity perspective that focuses on identifying attributes … Continue reading


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Counting Our Victories: Popular Education and Organizing

Popular education is carried out within a political vision that sees women and men at the community and grassroots level as the primary agents for social change. It equips people to define their own struggles and to make their voices … Continue reading

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Community organizing, learning and social change – communication and power – Reflect Approach

Read Reflect is an approach to learning and social change. Reflect aims to improve the meaningful participation of people in decisions that affect their lives, through strengthening their ability to communicate. Reflect begins with respect and value for people’s existing … Continue reading

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Participatory Research and Community Organizing

Changing economic and political relations, based on the ownership and control of information technologies and communication, raise important questions for community organizing in an increasingly privatized, postindustrial world of a knowledge society: Who produces knowledge and for whose interests? What … Continue reading

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