Every event can be successful when you plan carefully, do the right things at the right time, and have a reliable support team. In the social justice world there are several types of events that may include interactive methods known as popular education exercises. Depending on your goals, these range from briefings with policy makers and press conferences, to rallies and public education forums.
Join IPS ally Sojourner Truth School for Social Change Leadership for a class on creating compelling and exciting events for social change. Through multimedia presentation, interactive exercise, dynamic peer sharing, and fun pop quizzing of the facilitator, this workshop will cover these and other elements for making meetings, retreats, and even conventions a resounding success. PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED.
The trainer, Netfa Freeman is the Events Coordinator and an Analyst for the Institute for Policy Studies in Washington, D.C., and an Organizer for Pan-African Community Action, has decades of experience in activism, grassroots organizing, and coordinating events around issues and causes ranging in scope from local to national to international.