Interested in activist coalition work and want to make sure you're starting off on the right foot? Involved in a coalition and want to gain perspective on your experiences so far? This workshop will focus on the opportunities and challenges involved in building alliances and coalitions, with a focus on practical approaches to successful coalition building.
Date: Saturday Feb. 6, 2016
Location: OISE: 252 Bloor Street West, Room 8170 (on the 8th floor).
Trainer: Anjali Helferty is a doctoral student in Adult Education and Community Development at OISE, University of Toronto. She is a founding member and the first chair of the Canadian Youth Climate Coalition, a former director at the Sierra Youth Coalition, and was the Acting Director of the Energy Action Coalition (US). She is also a member of the Tools for Change Coordinating Committee.
Accessibiity: The building and room is wheelchair accessible. There are some gender neutral washrooms in the building. The closest accessible subway is St. George Station. Subway tokens are available upon request.
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