This workshop will cover the basic steps to organizing a rally or march and show examples of creative innovation in rally design. The workshop will also offer tips on planning routes, roles, marshalling, escalation and de-escalation, promotion, and visuals.
Date: April 3, 2016
Location: OISE, 252 Bloor St W. Rm 7-105 (7th floor)
Trainers: Syed Hussan is an organizer and writer in Toronto working with undocumented and migrant peoples, in defense of Indigenous sovereignty, and against counter intuitive programs like war and capitalism.
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.
Please contact: Anjali Helferty at anjali.helferty(at)gmail.com for more information about the workshop.
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