What is Tactical Mapping?

The Tactical Mapping process was developed by New Tactics in Human Rights to help organizations evaluate their own context and the broader situation from a different perspective.

Tactical Mapping is used to think about key relationships (people, groups, institutions), tactics and potential allies. The process sets the stage for creating strategy and identifying and implementing tactics.

Find more information about how to develop a tactical map in the "Map the Terrain" section of the Strategy Toolkit.

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