How can we effectively develop the capacity of organizers to train new leaders on the ground and build movements?
In our second year of the FICPFM organizing fellowship aiming to develop leaders to transform the criminal justice system in the United States, LCN trained 69 leaders from directly impacted communities, out of which 15 leaders undertook the next journey of their leadership development in a training for trainers program. The fellowship was delivered in partnership with the Formerly Incarcerated, Convicted People & Families Movement (FICPFM) and Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, and consisted of four programs: organizing training, coaching program, community of practice, and training for trainers.
Join us on January 28th 2022 to learn how the fellowship successfully developed the leadership and capacity of the participants! Lead trainer Nneka Akubeze and head coach Kortni Malone will share their innovations and lessons from the fellowship, in particular the training for trainers program. Come learn how they designed the curriculum, created new materials, and facilitated spaces of practice for the participants to grow as organizers, coaches, and trainers.
What: Training Showcase: Innovations and Lessons from the FICPFM Organizer Training Fellowship
When: January 28th Friday, 1:00-2:30pm Eastern Time
How: Register by clicking here (Registration deadline: January 27th, 11:59pm ET)
This session is free for LCN members and members & guests of the FICPFM community, and $10USD for non-members (scholarship available upon request).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: