This Facilitator Overview is designed for those who will be leading a Midwest Academy Strategy Chart (MASC) session with their organization or coalition.
Stories inspire people. They allow someone to see issues and experiences through the eyes of another. They can teach people about issues and motivate them to take action.
Although there are variations between jurisdictions, the process used by a city council or county board of supervisors to consider and adopt a new policy generally follows a similar process.
Does your campaign have a base of community supporters ready to activate when needed? A robust and wellconnected list of supporters will broaden the support base and significantly improve the ability to influence decision makers on the tobacco policies.
This timeline utilizes the 5 Phases of Effective Policy Campaigns as its framework, showing major activities associated with each phase.
This tool is intended for those seeking to work with tribal communities advocating for commercial tobacco-related policy issues.
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When we use the term “non-traditional” organization in California’s tobacco-free movement, we are typically referring to any entity that does not receive funding from Proposition 99 and 56 tobacco taxes through the California Tobacco Control Program (CTCP).
Bringing the right organizations and individuals together in a coalition is the first step toward achieving your shared policy goals.
The Root Cause Analysis (RCA) is a process used to discover the underlying or “root” causes of social issues, including the symptoms and problems of the issue, and to identify appropriate solutions. Languages: English | Spanish