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Catégorie:Militantisme par méthode. Slacktivism. Slacktivism (sometimes slactivism or slackervism) is a portmanteau of the words slacker and activism.

Slacktivism

The word is usually considered a pejorative term that describes "feel-good" measures, in support of an issue or social cause, that have little or no practical effect other than to make the person doing it take satisfaction from the feeling they have contributed. The acts tend to require minimal personal effort from the slacktivist. The underlying assumption being promoted by the term is that these low cost efforts substitute for more substantive actions rather than supplementing them, although this assumption has not been borne out by research.[1] The Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS describes the term "slacktivist", saying it "posits that people who support a cause by performing simple measures are not truly engaged or devoted to making a change".[4]

Activism.net. Category:Revolutionary tactics. My Life Is My Message. Category:Protest tactics. Category:Culture jamming techniques. S Activism Resource Page. Portal:Social movements. Category:Methodology. Bunker Roy: Learning from a barefoot movement. How to Overthrow Corporate Rule in 5 Not-so-easy Steps. Resources and information on fighting corporate power, democratizing our government and freeing people's time.

How to Overthrow Corporate Rule in 5 Not-so-easy Steps

Many people are spending a lot of their time volunteering to stop specific environmental threats, to address a specific labor issue, or to stop various other corporate abuses to our communities. The number of problems seems endless. Isn't there a faster way to save the world? Pay it forward. Pay it forward is an expression for describing the beneficiary of a good deed repaying it to others instead of to the original benefactor.

Pay it forward

The concept is old, but the phrase may have been coined by Lily Hardy Hammond in her 1916 book In the Garden of Delight.[1] "Pay it forward" is implemented in contract law of loans in the concept of third party beneficiaries. Specifically, the creditor offers the debtor the option of paying the debt forward by lending it to a third person instead of paying it back to the original creditor. Tit for tat. In Western business cultures, a handshake when meeting someone is an example of initial cooperation.

Tit for tat

Tit for tat is an English saying meaning "equivalent retaliation". It is also a highly effective strategy in game theory for the iterated prisoner's dilemma. The strategy was first introduced by Anatol Rapoport in Robert Axelrod's two tournaments,[1] held around 1980. Notably, it was (on both occasions) both the simplest strategy and the most successful.[2] 25 Ways To Thrive In The Midst Of Chaos — Life Advices. These times can be challenging.

25 Ways To Thrive In The Midst Of Chaos — Life Advices

I see many people around me who struggle to just stay afloat and I am struggling with them. Sometimes people say to me they admire my calmness and ask me how I do it. I usually smile and say I just have a good poker face, but actually there are quite a few thoughts that guide me through difficult times and I made a list of them. Civilisation 2.0 - Une approche positive de l'actualité scientifique. 6 milliards d'autres. The Activist's Handbook. Critical mass (sociodynamics) In social dynamics, critical mass is a sufficient number of adopters of an innovation in a social system so that the rate of adoption becomes self-sustaining and creates further growth.

Critical mass (sociodynamics)

It is an aspect of the theory of diffusion of innovations, written extensively on by Everett Rogers in his book Diffusion of Innovations.[1] Social factors influencing critical mass may involve the size, interrelatedness and level of communication in a society or one of its subcultures. Another is social stigma, or the possibility of public advocacy due to such a factor. Critical mass may be closer to majority consensus in political circles, where the most effective position is more often that held by the majority of people in society. In this sense, small changes in public consensus can bring about swift changes in political consensus, due to the majority-dependent effectiveness of certain ideas as tools of political debate. L'ancien maire de Londres propose de «pendre un banquier par semaine»

Bankers Anonymous. 10 tactics. Les atouts des citoyens. La Triple Grève, pour sauver la planète et l'humanité. Viktor Frankl: Why to believe in others. Personal Alignment Precedes Group Flow. I spent last week in an immersive personal development / coaching / business development retreat with a colleague, which spurred me to some new insights and opinions about collective intelligence, co-creation, and the general pursuit of goals and growth in life.

Personal Alignment Precedes Group Flow

The hosts were the same team that ran a culture-hacking bootcamp at Agile Boston a few months back, who were kind enough to invite us to Seattle to be facilitated through a longer team alignment process together. I went in with curiosity moreso than expectations, having a general understanding that we would do some kind of work that would clarify our agreements as well as sketch potential business models and strategies. I found myself a bit surprised by the deep dive we took into exploring emotions and desires as the entrypoint for the sessions. Hole-in-the-Wall. Global Citizen. Individual Membership. Free Card The above is a depiction of the free card that can be printed off and laminated by anyone. Click on the card to reach a printable version with instructions for trimming and lamination. A French version will be posted shortly, and then other languages as they appear.

Giving your card away over and over is encouraged. Will Keepen Describes Twelve Principles. Open Knowledge: Home. Viktor Frankl on the Human Search for Meaning. By Maria Popova “Live as if you were living already for the second time and as if you had acted the first time as wrongly as you are about to act now!”

Viktor Frankl on the Human Search for Meaning

Celebrated Austrian psychiatrist and Holocaust survivor Viktor Frankl, born on March 26, 1905, remains best-known for his indispensable 1946 psychological memoir Man’s Search for Meaning (public library) — a meditation on what the gruesome experience of Auschwitz taught him about the primary purpose of life: the quest for meaning, which sustained those who survived. For Frankl, meaning came from three possible sources: purposeful work, love, and courage in the face of difficulty. In examining the “intensification of inner life” that helped prisoners stay alive, he considers the transcendental power of love: Love goes very far beyond the physical person of the beloved.

TrendHunter Activism (th_activism) Solutions / Critical Mass Actions - Would you take part in a social change if 100,000 others joined you? What Critical Mass Actions are taking place?

Solutions / Critical Mass Actions - Would you take part in a social change if 100,000 others joined you?

This, to a great extent, is up to you. Following are a list of actions we believe are most essential, and below is the place for you to suggest others. We will be partnering with other organizations to help mobilize what is necessary to achieve an effective critical mass action when the issues you value most become evident.

Actions will be organized with integrity, transparency, and always designed to be non-violent. 100,000 Monks meditate for a better world. PcqvG.jpg (Image JPEG, 960x639 pixels) DE LA DICTATURE A LA DEMOCRATIE, UN OUVRAGE INDISPENSABLE DE GENE SHARP - MBKM sur LePost.fr. 198 méthodes d’action non violente. Tom Feeds the Homeless - Tom Mabe. "Don't tell people how to do things, tell them what to do and let them surprise you with their results" Solving the World's Problems Differently. Gene Sharp: Author of the nonviolent revolution rulebook.

21 February 2011Last updated at 10:42 By Ruaridh Arrow Director of Gene Sharp - How to Start a Revolution In an old townhouse in East Boston an elderly stooped man is tending rare orchids in his shabby office.

Gene Sharp: Author of the nonviolent revolution rulebook

His Labrador Sally lies on the floor between stacks of academic papers watching him as he shuffles past. This is Dr Gene Sharp the man now credited with the strategy behind the toppling of the Egyptian government. Gene Sharp is the world's foremost expert on non-violent revolution. His work has been translated into more than 30 languages, his books slipped across borders and hidden from secret policemen all over the world. Gene Sharp - Trois livrets pratiques. 101 tactics for revolutionaries. 101 tactics for revolutionaries You say you want a revolution, well you know we all want to change the world. John Lennon sang that, now I’m writing this. 101 tactics for low level, cubicle-dwelling systems thinkers. You’ve had the strategy, now here are your battle orders.

Onward to glory! Challenging the Public To Do Good. April 15, 2011 InnoCentive This whitepaper explores how InnoCentive's Challenge Driven Innovation methodology and tools can make a tremendous impact on nonprofit organizations' ability to solve Challenges that matter most for the public good, assist in fundraising efforts, optimize scarce resources, and harness the same proven innovation methods that have been available to commercial organizations for years. An open and cooperative endeavor to distribute knowledge and precipitate action. 75 Boycott and Protest Innovations - From iTunes Boycotts to Profane Protests. America is a nation built on the masses standing up in order to make a change.

Holding meetings, building up collective boycotts, protesting the current way of life and, in extreme cases, revolting against the powers that be, have lead to the current state of our union… until that inevitably changes, of course. From iTunes boycotts to profane protests, check out the 75 boycott and protest innovations. Somebody get me a poster board and markers. Leaderless resistance. Leaderless resistance, or phantom cell structure, is a social resistance strategy in which small, independent groups (covert cells), including individuals (solo cells), challenge an established institution such as a law, economic system, social order, government, et cetera. Leaderless resistance can encompass anything from non-violent protest and civil disobedience to vandalism, terrorism and other violent activity.

Leaderless cells lack bidirectional, vertical command links and operate without hierarchal command.[1] While it lacks a central command, the concept does not necessarily imply lack of cooperation. United States Department of Fear. La dénonciation civique sans calomnie ni délation. 10 Steps to Defeat the Corporatocracy. Le blog du C.L.A.P33. Actipedia. 3 Things That Must Happen for Us To Rise Up and Defeat the Corporatocracy. Viral Videos, TV ads, and Campaigns that Pop. Online resources for activists, organisers, lawyers and legal support teams in Victoria. How to Identify an Agent Provocateur. Kettling. Smart mob. Collectifcitoyen. The Yes Men.  Be the change you wish to see in this world. Yes Lab. TEDxParis - Mathieu BAUDIN - Les conspirateurs positifs. Les conspirateurs positifs sont parmi nous. The Pirate Wheel. La Taxe Robin des Bois. Coalition of Resistance Against Cuts & Privatisation.

5 Trust Builders & 5 Trust Destroyers. Nobel Women's Initiative. Video Activist Network. Mouvement Zeitgeist Francophone - Site officiel.  The Creativity Post. Center for Story-based Strategy. Les trucs d'un journaliste pour faire parler de vous dans les médias. A toolbox for revolution. Get Up, Stand Up: Uniting Populists, Energizing the Defeated, and Battling ... - Bruce E. Levine - Google Books.

R-éveillez vous : Etat des lieux - une vidéo Actu et Politique. Forum Appel au sans voix Paris CICP 28/03 - une vidéo Actu et Politique.