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A kindergarten was established, and a workshop for textile production was created. In the first year after the search conference, we organized two follow-up conferences. The goal was for the participants in the different task forces to present their work and thereby share possibilities, successes, and problems with the other participants. Thus, the follow-up meetings functioned as tools for sustaining the group elements of the developmental effort, encouraged collective reflection, and supported mutual learning between researchers and activists.
In many situations, these approaches and allied ones practiced by Orlando Fals Borda and many promoters of community action involve trying to take on some kind of "natural" coalition of stakeholders-a squatter community, a union, a religious group, a cooperative, and so on-and build its strength and reach. In other situations, the work involves creating the conditions through adult education, public projects, and so on that bring people together so that they can be organized and an AR process of self-reflection, social critique, and the design of agendas for change can take place.
It runs parallel to the industrial democracy movement. The central themes of industrial democracy found fertile ground in Japan because collective work had a strong cultural base in Japan and the ideas of groups taking on joint problem-solving and operational responsibility were easily picked up. In Japan. these activities first appeared in the form of quality circles. problem-solving groups created to handle emergent issues in the production system (Ishikawa. 1976). The aim was to have workers and engineers work together to solve production problems.