Cartoon Training
Subtitles: Khmer, Arabic, Russian, Spanish, French, Hebrew

Learn how to build a nonviolent movement in under 45 minutes! What are the main components for a successful nonviolent movement? What should you be aware of, how should you start, what should you use? Learn about the basic components and practical tips (from how to achieve unity to the importance of planning) from CANVAS’ cartoon training. Vision of Tomorrow Articulating a shared vision of tomorrow, which transcends individual differences, is the necessary initial step in your struggle for change. We give you suggestions on how to become more receptive to the specific needs and grievances of the people you want to mobilize and respond by creating a message which diverse groups can identify with. Unity Undertaking non-violent struggle requires finding a common goal which resonates with virtually everyone in society, but sustaining cohesion and solidarity within your movement is about more than that: learn about the importance of fostering a sense of community, creating a distinctive group identity and leaving no one behind in the video below. Propaganda Once your movement becomes a force to be reckoned with, the opponent will surely attempt to discredit you and likely resort to propaganda. The best tactics you can employ are creative mockery of the allegations and truthful, compelling communication. See how you can win by effectively targeting the four main subgroups of your audience, applying the two golden principles of crafting a good message, and choosing an appropriate messenger. 6 Pillars of Support How do governments stay in power and how can you turn their allies against them? In this video, we consider the six key pillars of support on which all governments rest and...