This workshop will be held at Friends House, 60 Lowther Ave. Toronto (near St. George and Bloor)
Dates: Thursday July 11, 6.30pm - 9pm and Thursday July 25, 6.30pm - 9pm.
Workshop description: This workshop is designed to help you and your organization learn valuable steps, tools, techniques and approaches that will help you effectively plan and execute a winning campaign plan to help you achieve your policy goals.
Participants will learn the basic components of a campaign, how to choose a strategic campaign goal, choosing strategies and tactics that suit your goals, working with individuals and groups to build influence, and understanding the key ingredients of successful campaigns. It's recommend that multiple people from one group attend the workshop as there will be ample time to strategize to achieve your goals.
Trainer: Jessica Bell is a facilitator and educator. She teaches advocacy and government relations at Ryerson University. She is the co-founder of Tools for Change, which provides skills-based advocacy training to Torontonians. More information about Jessica is at www.jessicabell.org.
Please inquire if cost is a barrier.
PeaceWorks is an initiative of Toronto Friends Meeting (Quakers), in partnership with Voice of Women for Peace, Toronto Climate Campaign and Greenspiration.
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