Learn how to develop a media strategy for a long term social change initiative. The training will also cover framing, story-based narrative analysis, understanding the media story cycle, and building relationships with reporters.
Location: University of Toronto, St. George Campus. Exact campus room location given to registrants a week before the event.
Trainer: Martin Lukacs is an independent journalist, community organizer, and editor with the Media Co-op network.
A project of OPIRG Toronto, Earthroots, and Greenpeace Canada, Tools for Change helps you develop skills to advocate for social, economic, and environmental justice.
Payment is based on a sliding scale system from $10 to $90. Scholarships available. Community sponsors, University of Toronto students, Greenpeace and Earthroots members can choose to attend the workshops on a free/donation only basis.
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