Do you need to mobilise your staff, your colleagues, your constituency, your community, or indeed your nation, to take up a challenge, or a cause that you really care about?
Anything from increasing organ donation rates; improving crime reporting; electing a new MP or Councillor; raising much needed funds; taking a new product or idea to market; right through to impacting leaders and governments: It is all about campaigning. It is all about how you connect with your audience, with your followers, with your supporters, online and in person, and how you mobilise all the resources you have available, into action!
Whether you or your organisation are new to campaigning, or whether you are seasoned activists, our full day training programme, with skilled industry experts, speakers, workshops and a campaigning toolkit, will equip you with everything you and your organisation need to run an effective and successful campaign.
Whether you are a small community movement, or a national online campaign, this programme is your key to unlocking yours and your organisation’s engagement potential.
At the training you will benefit from:
- Inspirational keynote speakers with extensive knowledge and experience.
- Practical solutions and advice from expert-led workshops.
- Unrivalled networking opportunities to share experiences, and learn from sector colleagues.
- Educational campaigning tool kit.
Hear from some of the biggest names in campaigning, and learn about building a campaign legacy from the experiences of Nelson Mandela, campaigning for freedom in the Arab Spring to lobbying for women’s rights and social justice to mobilising and community organising, and more.
Our key note speakers include:
H.E. Ebrahim Rasool – Current South African Ambassador to the USA
Former member of South African Parliament, Special Advisor to the late Nelson Mandela (Former South African President). Ebrahim Rasool is a veteran anti-apartheid campaigner, who has held leadership positions in the United Democratic Front (UDF) and the African National Congress (ANC), and spent time in prison and was under house arrest during apartheid.
Sophie Stephens – Lead Organiser, Citizens UK, (North London Citizens)
Formally selected to deliver the Movement for Change which included training 1,000 people during the Labour Party leadership election.
Jean Mclean – Head of Mobilisation, Save the Children
Former Head of Communications at the National Union of Students (NUS) and helped mobilised 52,000 people to participate in the biggest student demonstration in 30 years.
Abdurrhman Belhaj – Senior Financial Architect, Bank of York Mellon
During the Arab Spring, mobilised and lead a group of exiled Libyan community members to create a 24hr news agency online that became one of the trusted sources of news, and the face of the Libyan revolution on social media, and to major news agencies such as the BBC, Al-Jazeera and CNN.
Nabila Pathan – Founder and Chair, The Full Picture Club
A trustee at Muslim Youth Helpline and on the board of Directors of Rooms of Our Own, a social enterprise in London aimed at providing space for women’s businesses and campaigning groups. Nabila Pathan has extensive experience of campaigning and lobbying for women’s rights issues, locally, regionally and nationally.
Jim Dickinson – Chief Executive, Union of UEA Students
Worked at the National Union of Students (NUS) for 10 years and was the former Director of campaigns and strategy at the NUS.
This one day structured training day with specially designed workshops will equip you and your organisation with the right tools to devise persuasive and effective campaigns and share it easily and efficiently with your target audience.
It is set to be an amazing day, full of knowledge and expertise that provides the tools to really make a difference. If you or any of your staff or colleagues would like to attend, please do not hesitate to contact us.
To benefit from this exclusive full-day training programme please register online here
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