The Phase5 collective has published a reader with methods to support groups, initiatives and alliances in the joint development of strategies. Behind this is a feminist claim: As many as possible should be involved in the formulation of longer-term plans, so that all the different perspectives become visible, disputable and decidable.
How do you ensure that a meeting goes well? What do you have to consider and prepare? How do you stay in contact? How do you work well together in the long term? What could a concrete action look like? What experiences do you already have? The IL Berlin has written a brochure that supports you in founding and organizing groups with concrete tips and ideas:
The ILA Collective has published a new book on how groups can independently develop strategies for transformation and how to embed their actions in them. This power book contains a wide range of thoughts, ideas and practical tools for social change to support you in your strategy development!
The whole book (and more) is available here: