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1 Mansfield Center The University of Montana October 12, 2012

2 Cindy Garthwait MSW, LCSW Professor School of Social Work

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9  Given?  Taken?  Shared?  Multiplied?  Squandered?  Forces for empowerment  Forces against empowerment  Scarcity paradigm  Visioning

10  Imagination  Creativity  Individual prosperity  Shared prosperity  Possibility thinking  Multipliers  Clustering  Taken for granted

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14 Maybe it will be Mansfield Center Women’s Empowerment Program

15  Big Event or Big Woman Theory  Trait Theory  Choice Theory Bass, B and Bass, R. The Handbook of Leadership: Theory, Research, and Managerial Applications. New York: Simon and Schuster, 2008.

16  Mohammad Bouazzi of Tunisia  Unsung heroines everywhere  Strain theory  Catalyst

17  Universal  Inherent  Acquired  Necessary

18  Impetus for choice  Social environment  Self-preparation  Self-motivation

19  Personal calling  Human rights base  Professional ethics  “I can’t NOT do it.”

20 CONTEXT –Post World War II CONTENT COMMITMENT

21 PROMOTING * Freedom * Dignity * Participation * Liberty * Security * Movement * Work * Asylum * Education * Standard of Living * Trial PREVENTING * Slavery * Servitude * Torture * Discrimination * Exile * Arbitrary arrest * Detention * Persecution * Deprivation of property * Limitations

22 1) End poverty and hunger 2) Universal education 3) Gender equity 4) Child health 5) Maternal Health 6) Combat HIV/AIDS 7) Environmental sustainability 8) Global partnerships

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24 PRIME MINISTER OF BANGLADESH Sheikh Hasina

25 STREET VENDOR

26 RIVER FRONT LIVING

27 HEAD COOK

28 113 YEAR OLD WOMAN

29 MOTHER AND DAUGHTER

30 EXPECTANT MOTHER EXPECTANT MOTHER

31 GOING TO MARKET

32 WEAVER AND CHIEF’S WIFE

33 TRAVELERS TRAVELERS

34 YOUNG LEARNERS

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36 LOW INCOME ELDERS

37 MSW STUDENTS

38 DIVERSITY CELEBRANTS

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40 STUDENTS

41 LAND MINE MUSICIANS

42 SERVING THE DEVOUT AND THE TRAVELER

43 SCHOOL GIRLS SCHOOL GIRLS

44 YOUNG YOUNG SELLER SELLER

45 TEMPLE TRADERS

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47 MATRIARCH

48 BUSINESS WOMEN

49 Vietnamese Widow WIDOW

50 ENTREPRENEURS

51 RURAL SCHOOL GIRLS

52 COMMITTED TO CHANGING THE WORLD

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55  Consciousness Raising  Building Coalitions  Planning and Organization  Implementation  Evaluation  Garthwait, Cynthia. The Social Work Practicum: A Guide and Workbook for Students. 6h ed. Boston: Allyn and Bacon,2013 (in press).

56 BLOCKING TASKSFACILITATING TASKS  Challenging  Resisting  Countering  Deconstructing  Critiquing  Neutralizing  Avoiding  Stopping  Learning  Anticipating  Promoting  Inspiring  Building  Collaborating  Developing  Maintaining

57 Phase of Social Justice EffortBlocking Leadership Tasks Consciousness-raising and assessment Deconstruct myths Challenge easy answers Challenge surface level changes Ask critical questions Resist status quo Critique forces against change Challenge injustice Building coalitions Resist efforts to separate stakeholders Avoid silo approach to change Challenge special interests Recognize resistance Block fragmentation of efforts Planning and organizing Block efforts to exclude stakeholders Avoid band-aid goals and objectives Reframe single level change to multilevel Counter scarcity paradigm Block counter-organizing efforts Implementation Neutralize resistance Challenge pessimism Resist consolidation of power Address efforts to undermine change efforts Block cuts to funding EvaluationAddress efforts to discredit intervention Address critiques of efforts Block efforts to return to status quo PHASES OF SOCIAL JUSTICE EFFORTS AND BLOCKING LEADERSHIP TASKS

58 Phase of Social Justice EffortFacilitating Leadership Tasks Consciousness-raising and assessment Learn Anticipate forces for and against change Recognize problems and resources Clarify values Promote use of ecosystems perspective Scan social environment Promote social justice Building coalitions Collaborate Identify common concerns Mentor Identify stakeholders Inspire participation Empower constituencies Focus on solidarity Model Planning and Organizing Envision Set goals and objectives Engage stakeholders Encourage innovation Staff development Build capacity for change Acquire political power Implementation Create change effort Influence target system Supervise Consult Support Maintain focus Deal with opposing forces EvaluationSustain social change Leverage success Transfer power Evaluate effectiveness Share lessons learned Disseminate findings Contribute to body of knowledge Develop best practices PHASES OF SOCIAL JUSTICE EFFORTS AND FACILITATING LEADERSHIP TASKS

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