The Chartered Institute for Public Relations always runs a good training event (well, they're event professionals!) and this free one - based on a recent case study - promises to be right up your street. Matt Batten, Director of Communication and Engagement at Diocese of Llandaff, will outline how his team delivered a successful lockdown project that brought in £350,000 on a budget of just a few hundred pounds.
8 September, 12-1pm.
Evidence shows that politically active women are more likely to be on the receiving end of online harassment. This Zoom workshop from Activate Collective, Elect Her and Glitch UK will help you develop a social media page policy - a clear set of guidelines - to control your digital space and keep your online content focused on the real issues.
20 September, 2-3pm
Democracy Action c/o JRRT, The Garden House, Water End, York, YO30 6WQ. Democracy Action is funded by the Joseph Rowntree Reform Trust as a resource for the UK democracy sector. The materials presented here represent the views of the authors, not necessarily those of JRRT.