|Some activist organisations find the idea of ‘cutting the issue’ a helpful way to translate a daunting and|
complex problem into one or more ‘bite-sized’ issues where they can realistically consider making a
difference. ‘Cutting’ or reducing the scope of a problem in several ways through creative brainstorming
processes can help your group consider the relative merits of different approaches you might take. For
instance, you can cut an issue to maximise its immediacy in the community, guard your campaign against
claims of extremism or appeal to different allies and constituents.
By The Change Agency. 2 pages.
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