Power mapping

Power mapping is being increasingly used in participatory research by partnerships that wish to shape or change the local, regional and national policies. Power mapping involves the identification of key organisational, community and individual players in the policy making environment. These are people who have strength and influence in supporting or opposing a particular policy change. This downloadable resource describes a small group exercise for making and using a power map.

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