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Stories of change: case studies

by Futures Centre, Oct 2
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How does change happen?

The School of System Change collaborated with foundations, academics, creatives and others to create the Stories of Change, a series of videos and tools for designing and delivering system change practices. In our development process for each story, we engaged a community of partners to transform these stories of change into multimedia videos and facilitated learning experiences. The aim of this project is to create accessible resources to co-learn and help change agents to design more systemic strategies/action. This project supports system change facilitators to introduce systemic frameworks using stories of change in history to a wider audience. The School have currently have developed three videos and their accompanying facilitation packs about a story of change as seen through a systemic framework.
  • CASE STUDY 1: MULTI-LEVEL PERSPECTIVE + THE BIRTH OF ROCK’N’ROLL
  • CASE STUDY 2: ICEBERG MODEL + THE RISE OF THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT
  • CASE STUDY 3: REGENERATIVE MODEL + THE REGENERATION OF RESILIENT COMMUNITIES IN MEXICO CITY
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