Survey: Share your input on 2014 community themes!

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Thank you for sharing your input on our 2014 community themes! We closed this survey on November 20, 2013. We received input from 86 people. Thank you!

The results can be found below.


We're organizing our 2014 community activities around themes based on our tactical goal categories. For each theme, we will host a series of conversations related to that theme (here's an example). We believe this will help you and your peers dig deeper into these topics.

Now, we just need to know which themes to focus on.

Share your input by selecting the radio buttons next to each theme that represents how relevant and/or interesting the theme is for you and/or your organization. Or share ideas for other themes that you'd like us to address in the community by using the free-text field at the bottom of this form.

Questions? Contact us! Your input is so important. Thank you for taking the time to share it! I'll let you know the results in January 2014.

- Kristin Antin, New Tactics Online Community Builder

Image in frontpage slideshow by Marc Wathieu used under Creative Commons License


Thank you to the 86 people who filled out this survey!

Community members were asked to select a value that represented how much each theme was relevant to their work. By understanding how relevant these themes are, we would be able to identify conversation topics that will be of interest to our community in 2014. We added up the values assigned to each theme (2 = very relevant, 1 = somewhat relevant, and 0 = not relevent) and then calculated the average. Here are the results, in order of most popular:

  1. Mobilizing Allies 1.8
  2. Changing Minds 1.7
  3. Building Awareness 1.6
  4. Seeking Justice 1.5
  5. Reducing Fear 1.5
  6. Protecting Those at Risk 1.4
  7. Healing from Abuse 1.3
  8. Resisting and Disrupting Abuse 1.2
  9. Modeling Systems 1.1
  10. Remembering Abuses 1.1

For 2014, we will focus on the top 4 themes. With your help, we'll identify specific conversation topics that relate to each theme. So stay tuned for more surveys!

Thanks again for contributing to this effort. You input is crucial!


Kristin Antin, New Tactics Online Community Builder