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Are you looking for effective ways to build power and create change in your communities?

Then sign up for our Orientation to Organizing on June 8th! It’s a 3-hour introductory session on the organizing and public narrative practice developed by Marshall Ganz at the Harvard Kennedy School and his associates, and one of our most popular sessions at LCN.

Back by popular demand, we’re holding a repeat session to learn from a campaign by Australian Education Union Victorian Branch to win better workload and pay for teachers and education support staff and build campaign hubs’ capacity and leadership in the process! This is the perfect opportunity especially if you are based in the Asia-Pacific region and/or curious to hear about an Australian example. It’s the last orientation session focusing on this case study, so don’t miss it.

Join us on June 8th Thursday at 12pm ICT/1pm AWST/3pm AEST to learn how we can build people power for change!

In our previous session, almost 140 organizers and activists joined us from 15 countries, including Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia, Myanmar, Philippines, US, and Japan! Check out what people had to say about it:

Who is the session for?

This session is perfect if you want to gain a basic understanding of what organizing is and how it looks in practice.

Or you might already be experienced in the organizing and narrative pedagogy but are keen to have a refresher on the framework or interested in seeing it applied to an Australian case campaign.

Either way, bring other members on your team, organization, and community to join you in learning together!

What will I gain in the session?

Our approach to change is an adaptive community organizing and public narrative practice that equips people with the leadership skills and capacity to respond with the agency to the challenges of today. It is born out of decades of organizing experience, complemented by insights of social science, and tested through training campaigns on the ground.

In this session you will gain:

  • An introductory overview and basic understanding of the five practices of community organizing using a real campaign example
  • The opportunity to learn and connect with other organizers and leaders from around the world;
  • An introduction to the Leading Change Network and our programs

We will take you through the five leadership practices of our community organizing framework – public narrative, relationship building, structuring a team, strategizing, and moving people to action – that are core to turning the resources of our communities into the power they need to achieve the change they want.

Who will be leading the session?

This session will be led and facilitated by Eleisha Mullane, Emma Lowe, Alex Ryan, Stephen Donnelly and Anita Tang from the the LCN Australia team, and Reem Khashman from the Leading Change Network LCN.

I’m excited to join! How do I sign up?

You can register from the form below.

Already a member? Log in to get a ticket for free

If you are not an LCN member, the fee to attend the session is 10USD (roughly 15AUD) per individual. You can also choose to sign up for an LCN membership when registering your ticket, in which case the attendance fee for this session will be included in your first-year annual membership fee. Scholarships are available upon request (click here to contact us).

Join us on June 8th to learn how our communities can lead change through building people power!

If you have an active membership you need to login to view the members’ form and register for free to attend this event.

Non-LCN members can register below: