CPR of Unlawful Detention
Much like CPR training helps us to be calm under pressure when an actual emergency happens, what if there were "advance training" for at-risk communities, to give people the tools they need at a time when they're not panicked.
In CPR training, we learn simple rules to memorize and help us be able to act at a time when our emotions are high and we can't think straight. We learn the A-B-Cs (airway, breathing, compressions). For recognizing strokes, we have FAST (face, arms, speech, time). What are the simple rules for detainees and their loved ones, which we can teach communities before a crisis occurs?
What kind of resources are needed to get this idea off the ground and/or support it over time?
My Virtual Team
Amjad's A to Z (see below)
Christine's build on my last post
How could this idea also be adapted to work in low-tech situations?
It is a low-tech solution. The high-tech version could include phone apps or web campaigns to help get the message across.