FAQs

What is a New Tactics Conversation?

The New Tactics conversation is an online discussion between human rights defenders.  Participants in the conversations share their experiences, learn from others and meet new allies.

The conversation is an open, public forum for human rights defenders to discuss their experiences advancing a human rights strategy and implementing a particular tactic.

These conversations allow participants to:

What is a Conversation Leader?

Leading a New Tactics conversation is a great opportunity for you to reflect on your own work, share your experiences with others, learn from peers and meet allies.

A New Tactics Conversation Leader is someone who has committed to participate regularly in a New Tactics conversation. This is someone who has experience or expertise on the conversation topic.

What is Tactical Mapping?

The Tactical Mapping process was developed by New Tactics in Human Rights to help organizations evaluate their own context and the broader situation from a different perspective.

Tactical Mapping is used to think about key relationships (people, groups, institutions), tactics and potential allies. The process sets the stage for creating strategy and identifying and implementing tactics.

Why am I asked to log in?

The New Tactics Community is a place for human rights advocates around the world to gather, share thoughts and reflections, hold discussions, and collaborate with others.  Anyone can view comments on our online Conversations, but you will need to register and log in to add your own comments.

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