Tactical Tech, the group that brought you Maps for Advocacy and Visualizing Information fo Advocacy, has taken it up a notch with their release of 10 tactics for turning information into action:
10 Tactics provides original and artful ways for rights advocates to capture attention and communicate a cause. It includes a 50-minute film documenting stories from around the world and a set of cards; with tools, tips and advice, for you to work through as you plan your own info-activism.
The 10 tactics to get people do stand up and do something useful are as follows (added emphasis by me):
- Mobilise people
- Witness and record
- Visualize your message
- Amplify personal stories
- Just add humour
- Manage your contacts
- Use complex data
- Use collective intelligence
- Let people ask the questions
- Investigate and expose
Unfortunately, the documentary portion isn’t available in its entirety online, so the below preview will have to suffice for now. You can host a screening with Tactical Tech to see the rest. There have been over 100 screenings in 45 countries so far.
There is a video page, but the player doesn’t load for me: [ http://www.informationactivism.org/en/viewonline ]. In the source code you can the url of the mp4 file [ http://tentactics.com/sites/www.informationactivism.org/files/player/10_tactics_small.mp ], or you click on the dotsub link to watch the video with subtitles. Or is this there an even longer version that I am missing?
that’s the one, i think. although, i don’t know if that’s there intentionally… and there’s no sound…
Thanks for posting!
The film available here: http://www.informationactivism.org/en/Download
ah there we go. thanks, yaara.
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Hiyas – Jan, Yaara and Nathan – thanks for the catch, we’re fixing it. but you can see the vid streaming here – http://www.informationactivism.org/viewonline
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