Reducing Counter-Organizing of Individuals
Social movements start with the problem selection & victim identification process. The first rule for choosing who should be taking the lead as advocate should be determined by 1st party experience. In many political vacuums a spontaneous advocacy emerges based on temporary emotions in places where long term solutions are needed. To stop counter organizing we must realize the power of advocacy for the average person. Best advocacy starts at the point of choosing who takes the claim. If there is no model in place the advocacy will be under-defined and will falter. The model for advocate and claim handler selection should be by a policy agreed on in advance. Policies and options for the average person to have advocacy and redress should be clear. History has validated better outcomes when pre-organized mutual agreement based communication is in place. The practices for choosing claim collectors and advocates on specific issues at every point should be in place beforehand. Advocates must accept that first party claims are most important to stop counter-organizing and individual experience ID theft.