Campaigning powerhouse the Sheila McKechnie Foundation is holding two half-day workshops this month to inspire a new conversation about power.
Sign up and you’ll learn about how how power is woven through civil society and how it enables and constrains people to participate in social change. You’ll also discover tools to help you see clearly how power impacts your work.
8 July, 10am-1pm or 14 July, 2-5pm.
Join a three-part programme run by Elect Her for women who want to plan the next (or first!) steps of their political careers. Over the course of July, you’ll be encouraged to reflect on why you are motivated to get political, to articulate your goals and then make a plan to get you there. With resources shared in Elect Her’s online learning platform, and guest speakers each week, this is a fantastic series to join, meet other women and prioritise yourself and your own development.
Tuesdays throughout July, 7.30-9pm.
A short but sweet webinar from the Directory of Social Change, with some tips and tricks to help you access to the funding you need today.
It'll be run by George Knight from the Directory's Funds Online database.
19 July or 28 July, 12.30pm-1pm.
We're more connected than ever before, but sadly that brings challenges - even for charities. Panellists from Help for Heroes, Tearfund and the British Red Cross give their tips on tackling hate on social media in this Charity Digital webinar. They discuss their experiences and the measurements they’ve put in place to prevent hate and bullying online. Essential viewing if you or your campaign is the recipient of online trolling.
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