The ASRC has developed a values-based conversation framework as a powerful tool for personal & persuasive conversations with friends, family and your community. The framework is based on best-practice messaging principles from the Words that Work research, and community organising conversation tools. To learn more about the research and the conversation framework, sign up to a Community Action Workshop.
- Conversation Framework - Steps and Example
- A handy 2 page guide explaining the 4 steps in a values-based conversation, with an example narrative.
- Conversation Framework - Calling your MP/Senator
- An adaptation of the values-based conversation framework for use when calling or meeting with your MP or Senator
- Conversation Guide: using 'home' as a conversation reference for talking about SRSS cuts
- A conversation guide applying the conversation framework to talking about SRSS (income support) cuts and its impact on people seeking asylum, with suggested talking points. Created for a local #RightTrack group holding a market stall to engage their community.
The #RightTrack strategy is based on research evidence conducted by the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre, Words that Work, as well as national and international experience about effective social movement strategy.
Tips for listening and responding to objections using the popular EXPLORE - EQUALISE - ELEVATE model