Everywhere in the world people are hungry for change, and for ways to organize their communities to create a more just, sustainable and democratic world.
Sharing a common language of leadership and change is a powerful first step in bringing our communities together to build the power we need in order to achieve the change we want.
That’s why we’re excited to announce that the next Orientation to Organizing, an introductory session on the organizing and public narrative practice developed by Marshall Ganz and his associates and our most popular session at LCN, will be held on July 28th Wed 9am-12pm ET 2021!
And we’re thrilled that for this session LCN is partnering up with our member organization Haiyya in India to learn from their revolutionary campaign Health Over Stigma as a case study on LCN’s organizing and leadership practices.
Don’t forget to spread the word and invite other members from your team, organization, or community, to join you in your learning journey!
In this session you will gain:
- An introductory understanding of the six practices of the community organizing framework;
- An introduction to the Leading Change Network and it’s programs;
- The opportunity to practice coaching with other organizers and storytellers from around the world.
Non-LCN members can register below:
If you are an LCN Members with an active membership you need to be logged in to view the members’ form and register for free to attend this event.